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Here’s a version of Riso Goio 1929 between land and sea, cooked and raw: a mixture of two cheeses, shrimps almost raw and lemon scents.
PREPARATION TIME 20 minutes
COOKING TIME 15 minutes
• 350g rice Riso Goio 1929
• 2L vegetable stock
• 150g crescenza cheese
• 32 shrimps (oil, vinegar and lime to marinate)
• Almond flakes
• 2 shallots, minced
• Grated Parmigiano Reggiano Malandrone 1477
Clean the shrimps. Marinate in oil, salt, pepper lime and a few drops of vinegar.
Bring the stock to the boil.
In a casserole, sauté the minced shallots with some olive oil. Add the rice, toast it well and simmer with white wine until reduced. Add the stock a little at a time and cook for about 15 minutes. Stir in the crescenza cheese and Parmesan. Add a small amount of lemon zest and a few drops of its juice.
To serve, add the marinated shrimp (well drained from the marinading) and some almond flakes. Enjoy your meal!
THE CHEF’S SUGGESTION
For the best marination, start steeping the shrimps a few hours before cooking the risotto or, if you have some time, the day before.
Translated by Veronica Depaoli