This week, St. Isidore suggests a recipe of the Milan poor cooking, made with simple ingredients and easy to prepare: the Pantrito.
The name seems to suggest the main ingredient of this dish, minced dry bread, which is often used for Milan dishes, as for example for the well-known cotoletta.Poor cooking usually reuses exceeding bread to create tasty dishes.
Ingredients for 6:
0,26 gal bouillon
6 spoons bread crumbs
1,41 oz butter
1,06 oz Parmisan cheese
Pour the bouillon on bread crumbs and let it stand for about 10 minutes.
In the same pot, add the butter and make the bouillon boiling; cook it for 15-20 minutes.
On side, beat eggs and cheese, then pure it in hot oil. Soup must be very fluid, as a stracciatella.Help it hot.
Have you already tasted this recipe? If you wish to taste the Milan tradition, you can find this dish at Rest@Duomo!