Butternut pumpkin and radicchio in panzanella: a real all-natural delicacy, for those who love contrasting flavors.
Butternut pumpkin and radicchio in panzanella can be interpreted as a single dish , perhaps for a not too substantial dinner, or as a rich side dish for cheeses (ideal for aged ones, which blend well with the aromas of these vegetables) or for cold cuts and eggs.
Pumpkin, a true concentrate of virtues as well as radicchio, rich in antioxidants, is here combined with bread soaked in water and balsamic vinegar and red wine, as in the classic panzanella .
Butternut squash, so to speak, is the one in the shape of a large pear or violin case.
If you love particular flavors this dish is for you.
Preparation of butternut squash with radicchio in panzanella
- To prepare your butternut pumpkin and radicchio in panzanella, peel the pumpkin (save the seeds for other recipes, after having toasted them). Cut it into slices and then arrange it on a baking sheet or an ovenproof dish and bake it at 200 ° C until it is soft and cooked .
- In the meantime, soak the stale bread (one or two days before) with balsamic vinegar, red wine vinegar and a little water.
- After it has softened, crumble it coarsely and place it in a bowl.
- When the pumpkin is well roasted, add salt and add it to the bread .
- Cut the well-washed radicchio into strips and add it to the rest.
- Complete with a handful of crumbled feta or walnuts, extra virgin olive oil and a well chopped red onion.
Serve your butternut squash and radicchio in panzanella as a dish in itself or rich side dish and, to understand how to bake it in the oven, follow all our preparation tips .
This recipe, having the bread soaked, is to be consumed at the moment otherwise it will lose its perfect consistency. We do not recommend freezing in the freezer.
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