This is a tribute to a typical Italian first course, interpreted by Piergiorgio Siviero with some unusual ingredients!
Piergiorgio Siviero, chef and owner of the restaurant Lazzaro 1915 in Pontelongo (Pd) 1 Michelin star, has reinterpreted a classic Italian first course “Fusilli… tuna, beans and onion with Chinotto Panettone croutons”. (Presidio SlowFood)
For this dish you can read the instructions below or follow the video-recipe where the chef explains how to make it.
- 4 servings
- 75 g Loison Panettone with Savona Chinotto
- 300 g of fusilli pasta
- 900 cl boiling water
- 10 g dried tuna in leaves (katsuobushi)
- 80 g white beans cooked al dente (Sorana or Coconut)
- 20 g shallots10 cl organic apple vinegar
- 10 cl organic apple vinegar
- 30 g grated cheese
- 5 g chopped tarragon
- 2 g untreated lemon peel
Peel the shallot and cut it finely. Blanch in boiling water, drain and pat dry with paper towels. Cover with apple vinegar in a container and leave to marinate for at least 8 hours.
Remove the crust from the panettone and break it into small pieces with your hands. Dry roast in a pan until crispy.
Put boiling water in a saucepan and throw in the pasta, cook it like a risotto, halfway through cooking add the Parmesan cheese, some of the beans and salt to taste.
The 1 to 3 ratio (1 part pasta, 3 parts water) means that by the end of cooking the water has almost completely evaporated.
Once creamy, finish cooking it with the marinated shallot, tarragon, lemon zest and remaining white beans.
Serve when hot sprinkled with dried tuna and panettone crumble.