Today we're going to introduce you one of the greatest classics of the Northern Italy cuisine: his majesty the Risotto alla Milanese
. The legend says that the birth of this recipe dates back to 1574. Indeed it was created during a wedding banquet as a kind of joke due to the passion of the bride's dad, a famous painter of Flemish origin, for the yellow colour. But surprisingly all the guests came up to fell in love with this unusual combination.
Now we're going to give you our personal recipe.
Ingredients: Carnaroli Rice Principato di Lucedio
, Saffron from San Gimignano - IL Vecchio Maneggio
, white onions, calf osso buco, Butter - Az. Agricola Frascio
, white wine
, meat broth (in this case we used the one obtained from the boiled meat we cooked the day before), Parmigiano Reggiano DOP
, flour, Thin Raw Sea Salt Picked by shoulder - Cuordisale - Salinagrande
First mince the white onion and put it in a pan with some butter. When it will be golden add the ossibuchi and down them on both sides seasoning with salt. Then simmer some white wine turning up the fire to make alcohol evaporate until reduced, so add some meat broth and make it cook for one hour and a half nearly.
Take some chopped up onion and make it brownish with some butter in a pan, add the rice to make it toast for 1\2 minutes. Pour with the meat broth and make it cook for the time written in the box. Almost at the end add the saffron pistils. Cream with some butter and parmesan, finally take a soup plate, put the risotto ad the bottom flattening it out and put an ossobuco on it.