If then it is produced with South Tyrolean milk, the result is assured: let's talk about the 250 gram Brimi ricotta … simply mouth-watering! But let's start from the beginning, from the delicious South Tyrolean milk.
South Tyrolean milk
The cows that produce fresh milk daily in the wonderful farms of South Tyrol are bred in small groups. Every day Brimi withdraws the milk from its farmers and transforms it into different products, such as mozzarella, ricotta, mascarpone, butter and fresh cream. The company, leader in the production of mozzarella in Alto Adige, uses cutting-edge technologies and cares about respect for the environment and its mountains.
The goodness of ricotta Brimi
Light, tasty, versatile and perfect for a thousand different preparations. Brimi ricotta is consumed naturally, creamy and soft on the palate, able to give a particular aroma to each dish. Brimi proposes it in the classic version, in the 250 gram pack, produced exclusively with mountain milk from the 1100 farmers who collect the milk from their cows 100% Alto Adige every day, without GMOs. And this is precisely why the Brimi ricotta is so special.
Ricotta: an essential ingredient in the kitchen!
Ricotta, with its infinite versatility, is the protagonist of many recipes of the Italian regional tradition, both sweet and savory. Just think of the famous one pasqualina cake, which has a filling of spinach and soft ricotta, as well as ravioli di magro, or sweets from the south, such as Sicilian cannoli or the Neapolitan pastiera, which have a very sweet ricotta heart. A creative idea to taste this delicious cheese? The flavored ricotta placed on a small chocolate wafer decorated with berries. Delicious! Discover our ricotta immediately.
We prepare the chocolate wafers with creamy ricotta and berries
A simple but original and tasty recipe, based on creamy ricotta, dark chocolate and berries.
Here is the recipe: melt in a bain-marie 200 g of dark chocolate, when the chocolate begins to melt, remove the fire bowl and stir until completely dissolved. With the aid of a spoon, pour the melted chocolate into piles that will then form discs on a tray covered with baking paper. Place the tray in the refrigerator to firm. Meanwhile mix 250 g of Brimi ricotta with 2 tablespoons of honey and 100 ml of whipped cream. Once the chocolate waffles have solidified, use the mixture to create a sort of spumone over the waffles and decorated with berries and chocolate chips.