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Pollock Recipe – Food for Soul – Italian Cuisine

Pollock Recipe - Food for Soul


A hymn to creativity, with an explosion of colors and flavors because "cooking is an act of love", here is the Pollock recipe by chef Karime Lopez, Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura

  • 100 g chard
  • 100 g yellow datterini tomatoes
  • 100 g 1 layer of red pepper without seeds
  • 50 g ricotta
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • garlic
  • laurel
  • basil
  • salt
  • 250 g milk
  • 25 g corn starch
  • 25 g butter
  • 2 g mace (alternatively, nutmeg)
  • salt
  • 90 g cooked potato puree
  • 10 g cooked rice puree
  • 1 whole egg

FOR THE YELLOW DATTERINI SAUCE
Fry 5 g of very small diced garlic and 2 basil leaves in 2 tablespoons of oil, add the cherry tomatoes and cook for 20 minutes. Finally, blend, sift and add a little salt.

FOR THE PEPPER SAUCE
Bake the pepper in the oven at 180 ° C for 40 minutes, then peel it and quickly season it in a pan with 2 tablespoons of oil, 5 g of garlic and 1 bay leaf. Remove the bay leaves and blend until you get a homogeneous sauce, then lightly salt.

FOR THE BEET SAUCE
Blanch the chard for 2 minutes in salted water and then cool it in water and ice. Blend half of it with the cooking water, until it becomes a homogeneous sauce.

FOR THE STUFFING
beat the remaining chard with a knife, then mix it with the ricotta, 1 tablespoon of oil and a pinch of salt.

FOR BEANS
flavored milk with mace and heat it until it simmer; separately, mix the corn starch with the butter. Pour the milk while continuing to stir with a whisk until the sauce is homogeneous, finally salt it lightly.

FOR THE POTATO DISCS
mix the ingredients and let the mixture rest in the plastic wrap for 30 minutes. Then roll it out to about 1 mm thick; cut it, with a ring of the desired size, into 8 discs and cook them one at a time in salted water for 2 minutes.

FOR IMPLEMENTATION
distributed 1 teaspoon of bechamel sauce on the bottom of 4 soup plates to keep the pasta from sticking. Place 1 disc on each plate, add the filling and cover with another disc. Cover the potato discs with the warm sauces, letting them fall casually, in the manner of Jackson Pollock.

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Food of the soul, between rice and works of art


Bread or rice? What is the food that represents Nutrition par excellence? For Bottura it is bread, for Carlo Benvenuto, artist, it is rice. Here is the recipe he gave us

In the July issue we talked to Carlo Benvenuto of his Metaphysical Bread, the work he created in 2015 for the Ambrosian refectory. With that image, the artist wanted to express a very universal idea, for a work that was to adorn the wall of a refectory, with all the references – sacred and profane – that the operation contained.

During the processing of the July issue, just on the occasion of the story you find on p. 90, Massimo Bottura asked Benvenuto what was his recipe for "universal nourishment": We wanted to combine the image of his work of art with the recipe for his favorite bread. Welcome, though, he replied with a rice in Cagnone a little revisited. "Of course, I recognize that bread is a more shared symbol, but faced with such a question, I wanted to be faithful to my family history," explained the artist. "For us, bread has always been a service food, while rice is what most brings me back to the values ​​of sharing and nourishment".

Here she is recipe he sent us, in which "the simplicity of English rice is made unique and special by butter which is flavored with sage for one part and the other is left raw as in the risotto creaming, complete the Parmesan and a base of roasted chicken which restores the richness and flavor in concentration, which in traditional risotto is given by the broth ".

Our advice? Prepare the roast chicken second, so you will have a whole menu, to be completed with a salad and a dessert (you can find it on our issue on newsstands). And you can prepare the bottom to flavor the rice.

Double butter rice from Lake Maggiore

Ingredients for 4 people

320 g of risotto rice
80 g of butter
6-8 sage leaves
abundant grated Parmesan
salt – bottom of the roast chicken

Method

Boil the rice in abundant salted water. In a saucepan, melt half the butter by browning the sage. Once browned, turn off the heat. Set aside a couple of ladles of rice cooking water, add some to the butter and mix. Reserve the sage leaves. When the rice is cooked but still very al dente, pour it into the saucepan, where there is the butter with the sage, under which you will have rekindled the fire. Stir and add the cooking water until cooking is complete. Turn off the heat and stir in the remaining cold butter and Parmesan.

For the chicken bottom

Take the pan where you prepared the roast chicken, deglaze it on the flame with a little boiling water, pour the sauce into a sauce boat filtering it with a chinoise or cone strainer.

To serve

Reheat the dishes (pass them under boiling water, then dry them). Place the rice on the plates and add the sage leaves. Sprinkle with the chicken sauce or serve the sauce separately.

Carlo Benvenuto on display at Mart

Anyone wishing to find out more about Carlo Benvenuto can do so by visiting the exhibition “Carlo Benvenuto. The original", Which inaugurated the reopening of the Mart after the lockdown. A restart that exposes around 60 works by the artist, created from the nineties to today, put in dialogue with three masterpieces by De Chirico, Morandi and Guttuso, from the Mart collections. In the exhibited works one finds the metaphysics of everyday life that also characterizes the metaphysical Bread of the Refectory Ambrosiano: in them, objects of everyday life are portrayed with great fidelity but, surprisingly, they are almost abstract, universal.

From June 26 to October 18 2020
info and presales: info@mart.trento.it, www.mart.trento.it

Recipe from the cookbook: Food for Soul / Pollock – Italian Cuisine


Food cannot be wasted and must be shared with those who need it: this is the thought of the Food for Soul association and its Refectors, a project that has been expanding since 2015.

Dishes created by the group of chefs of Massimo Bottura to show that food is a very powerful tool to give substance to social change, starting from the awareness that the necessary premise is to know and appreciate its value, and learn to preserve it.

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A preview for you of the Pollock recipe by chef Karime Lopez, Gucci Osteria by Massimo Bottura

FOR SAUCES AND FILLING

100 g chard
100 g yellow datterini tomatoes
100 g – 1 layer of red pepper without seeds 50 g ricotta
extra virgin olive oil
garlic – bay leaf – basil – salt

FOR THE BESCIAMELLA

250 g milk
25g corn starch 25g butter
2g mace (alternatively, nutmeg) – salt

FOR POTATO DISCS

90 g cooked potato puree 10 g cooked rice puree
1 whole egg

FOR THE YELLOW DATE SAUCE

Fry 5 g of very small diced garlic and 2 basil leaves in 2 tablespoons of oil, add the cherry tomatoes and cook for 20 minutes. Finally blend, sift and salt a little.

FOR THE PEPPER SAUCE
Bake the pepper in the oven at 180 ° C for 40 minutes, then peel it and season it quickly in a pan with 2 tablespoons of oil, 5 g of garlic and 1 bay leaf. Remove the bay leaf and whisk until a homogeneous sauce, then salt lightly.

FOR THE BEET SAUCE
Blanch the chard for 2 minutes in salted water and then cool it in water and ice. Blend half of it with the cooking water, until it becomes a homogeneous sauce.

FOR THE STUFFING

Beat the remaining chard with a knife, then mix it with the ricotta, 1 tablespoon of oil and a pinch of salt.

FOR THE BESCIAMELLA

Season the milk with the mace and heat it until it simmers; separately mix the cornstarch with the butter. Pour the milk, continuing to stir with a whisk until the sauce is homogeneous, then salt it slightly.

FOR POTATO DISCS

Mix the ingredients and let the mixture rest in the cling film for 30 minutes. Then spread it to about 1 mm thick; cut it, with a ring of the desired size, into 8 discs and cook them one at a time in salted water for 2 minutes.

FOR IMPACTING

Spread 1 teaspoon of béchamel on the bottom of 4 soup plates to keep the pasta from sticking. Place 1 disk in each plate, add the filling and cover with another disk. Cover the potato disks with the warm sauces, letting them fall randomly, in the manner of Jackson Pollock.

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