Risotto with Taleggio Dop and rennet apples

intense taste, acidity, crunchiness: This risotto with Taleggio Dop, pippin apples and hazelnuts are all the ingredients that I like. Ingredients that speak of a changing season, the falling leaves, wind that smells of wood. Autumn marks for me the beginning of the rice season, a plate that I love you very much for its versatility, which can be declined in a thousand ways, with many ingredients and so simple it, is surprising. And what's the good of a creamy risotto with soft cheese and tasty as the taleggio Dop? For more, This risotto is easy to prepare, Provo will not take Rester. Hence the pippin apples, with their acidulous, They go perfectly with PDO cheese and the wild scent of hazelnuts. The pairing cheese and pears has become traditional, but I find that the acidity of the apples (especially if Renette or Granny Smith, green apples, to understand), give to the plate a thrust greater and a more interesting taste. Is, to reinforce this acidity, I completed the risotto with diced raw apples, with Peel, macerated in no files, oil and marjoram: fresh and aromatic. You already know that I'm a Sicilian off race, because for me the rice is not limited to arancini: for me a well-made risotto is heavenly, and here on the site there are plenty of (peek a little’ around) how do you find a lot of recipes with Taleggio, For example,, the risotto with Taleggio Dop leeks and saffron gel or the goduriose eggs with mushrooms and truffle with PDO Taleggio cheese fondue . Have a good day!

RISOTTO TALEGGIO PDO AND APPLES RENETTE (easy recipe)

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INGREDIENTS

  • 320 grams of Carnaroli rice
  • 150 grams of DOP Taleggio at room temperature
  • brandy to blend the risotto, to taste
  • 2 mele Renette
  • salt and pepper, to taste
  • vegetable broth, to taste
  • Marjoram, to taste
  • 60 grams of cold butter
  • little lime juice
  • Tonda Gentile delle Langhe hazelnuts IGP, to taste

PROCEEDINGS

Risotto with Taleggio Dop and rennet apples

To prepare the risotto with Taleggio cheese and rennet apples, wash a rennet, peel, eliminate the cored and cut into thin slices, then into strips and diced. Put the diced apple in a bowl with cold water and lemon juice, so it does not oxidize. Cut the cheese into small pieces.

Heat the vegetable broth, so that it is hot. You can prepare the vegetable broth in advance, boiling for at least 40 minutes in the water a carrot, a stalk of celery, an onion and a little’ aromas (Laurel, Marjoram, Basil, little parsley).

Toast for a few minutes to dry rice (without oil or butter) in a large pan and lower edges (a copper pan would be perfect), over a very low heat. The recipe for risotto with Taleggio cheese and pippin apples prefer to toast the dry rice because the fat in the cheese and butter are already more than enough.

Add rice to the diced apples and well drained, mix and blend with a little’ Brandy. When the alcohol has evaporated, add two ladles of broth and start cooking the risotto. Proceed as usual, adding the broth gradually that the risotto dries.

While the risotto is cooking, thoroughly wash the second apple, slice thinly (with all the zest) and dice (brunoise). Place the apples in a bowl with a little lime juice, extra virgin olive oil and a few leaves of marjoram.

When the risotto is al dente and the wave, add the cheese and butter. Turn off the heat and stir the risotto, if necessary adding a little’ broth to achieve the desired creaminess. Sprinkle with freshly ground black pepper and pour the risotto with Taleggio cheese and rennet apples in individual bowls. Garnish the risotto with raw apples marinated in lime juice and garnish with a few hazelnuts. Serve immediately and enjoy your meal!

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2 comments

elisabetta corbetta 28 September 2018 at 09:09

Risotto with apple ... Delizia.. really unique
A big kiss

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Ada Parisi 2 October 2018 at 15:24

thanks always Elisabetta

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