This Bread and Onion Panade with Spicy Greens from Faith Durand's Not Your Mother's Casseroles takes crisp cubes of sour dough and layers them with sticky sweet caramelized onions, bitter spicy greens, and nutty shredded gruyère. Once the casserole is assembled it's doused with warm chicken stock and baked until the top is bubbly brown, and the greens on the surface are just short of charred.
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The ingredients for this Tortino di Cioccolato are similar to that of a flourless chocolate cake, but there was something fascinating about including bread crumbs too. Would they break down during the baking or keep their crunchiness? Do the finished tortinos have the same fermented quality as Lahey's signature no-knead bread?