Reggae Risotto – Moderate difficulty
This risotto is inspired by our love for raustafari and reggae culture. A way of life that Bob Marley made known to the general public, who speaks of love and peace. Like the reggae flag, our dish follows the green, red and yellow colors. As for the colors of the flag, they symbolize: red for the blood shed until the African people were enslaved, yellow for the gold deposits that Africa has and for its wealth in general, and green for their vast forests.
For reggae risotto (4 people) we will need:
- 1 packet of arborio rice
- 1 box of red tomato sauce in the grater
- 1 red onion
- 4 semi-finished tomatoes * genuine flavors *
- 2 tbsp tomato paste
- 3 round zucchini
- 1 box of champinion mushrooms
- 4 cloves Black garlic * genuine flavors * li >
- Olive oil
- Cashew butter or lurpak
- Leek or dill
- 1 sachet of Kozani Crocus
For round zucchini:
- Cut the zucchini into slices and brush with olive oil
- Season with salt on both sides and place on the oven rack for 10 to 15 minutes at 180 degrees
- Cut the mushrooms into thin slices, add 2 chopped cloves of black garlic and sauté them in the pan.
- Pour the liqueur and flame to evaporate the alcohol.
- Then add the risotto so that it breaks and add water to cover it.
- After mixing, add the Kozani Crocus and Curry and let it boil. Once he drinks his liquids, repeat 2 more times. We want the total weight of the water to be 3 times the weight of our arborio.
- Tie with cashew butter or lurpak out of the fire.
Tip – The butter should be frozen
For the tomato sauce with semi-dried tomato:
- Cut the semi-dry tomatoes into thin slices
- Then the onion into thin slices 2 cloves Black garlic and sauté in olive oil.
- Add the red tomato sauce, grind it and let it boil on low heat
- We place 1 hoop. Put the sauce down and top with our risotto
- Add the zucchini slices to the top to cover the top surface of the rice.
- Finally sprinkle with dill and unmold the hoop to create a tricolor tower
See the recipe Longwin with Black Garlic Here!