Pan Trit
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15 May May 2015 0900 one year ago

Pan triit maridààd

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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

3 eggs

1,06 oz Parmisan cheese

Recipe:

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