Pour 1 cup of remaining Sunday gravy evenly over top. Top with remaining ziti mixture. If mixture looks dry, pour another cup of Sunday gravy over top. Sprinkle remaining pecorino on top. Ziti can be refrigerated for up to 12 hours at this point.
Remove dish from refrigerator about 30 minutes before baking. Bake ziti for 45 minutes.
Uncover and bake 15 to 30 minutes longer, until center is hot and sauce is bubbling around edges.
Cover loosely with foil and let rest for 15 minutes before serving. YIELD: 8 to 12 servings.
It's a savory Italian biscuit made primarily of flour, olive oil, black pepper, and fennel seeds. They can be found in many Italian delis and are usually ring-shaped biscuits that have been boiled.
My family's pepper biscuits are baked instead of boiled.
When you bite into one, you'll find the texture to be satisfyingly crisp and slightly crumbly. They're all-occasion biscuits too. Serve them as a part of an antipasto. Crumble them into "croutons" for a unique salad topping.
Or savor them with a hot espresso or tea. Pepper biscuits make great easy and inexpensive Christmas gifts too because they can be made ahead.
Once cooled, store in air-tight container preferably tin to maintain their crispness and keep in a cool area; they should last up to a month.
Even though my mom loves to make pepper biscuits, she prefers when my dad does because he twists each cookie so uniformly.
If you're not into twisting, you can also roll the dough into a cigar shape and simply form a circle. They're equally delicious no matter what shape they come in.
Italian Pepper Biscuits These savory Italian biscuits are satisfyingly crisp and slightly crumbly. They are all-occasion biscuits too.
Makes 30 biscuits 1 cup olive oil, preferably extra virgin 1 cup water 1 heaping teaspoon black pepper 2 teaspoons fennel seed 3 cups all-purpose flour 1 egg, lightly beaten for egg wash Preheat oven to degrees F.
Position racks in the upper and lower thirds of the oven.
Line two large baking sheets with parchment paper.
In a large bowl, hand mix olive oil, water, salt, black pepper, and fennel seed. Add baking powder and flour. Mix until well blended and a dough begins to forms. Lightly work the dough with your hands until the tarla dalal is oily and smooth.
If the dough is too sticky, then mix in 1 tablespoon of all-purpose flour at a time, until smooth.
Using your hands, pinch off a 2-tablespoon size piece of dough. Roll the dough between lightly floured hands.
Roll into a thin cigar shape that is approximately 8 inches long. Form a U shape, then criss-cross the pieces until a braid forms.
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Place 15 biscuits per baking sheet. Brush tops of biscuits with egg wash.
Bake for 40 minutes, rotating pans mid-way through. Biscuits should have a golden color and be crisp on the bottom.
Remove from oven and place on a cookie rack to cool completely. Biscuits should be stored in an air-tight tin container preferably tin to maintain their crispness and kept in a cool area, such as a cupboard.
Properly stored, they should last up to one month. Susan Russo is a free lance food writer in San Diego, California.
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