The Friulian toc in braide is a highly appreciated single dish consisting of a particular polenta combined with a creamy sauce.
The gastronomic repertoire of Friuli gives us a dish with a truly exceptional flavor. We are talking about the toc in braide, a typical product very often presented as an appetizer. Its name is dialectal and can be translated as ” dip in the farm “.
The history of toc in braide is linked to the territory of origin and its original recipe, handed down from generation to generation, consists of a polenta combined with a particular sauce. Originally, leftover cheeses, which were present in the house, were used to create a creamy fondue. This was then added to the sauce with polenta flour roasted in butter, called ” morcje “. Let’s find out this quick and easy recipe together!
Preparation of the recipe for toc in braide
- To start, take a saucepan and pour the water inside. To this, add the milk and put on the stove . Cook and, when it begins to simmer, add salt.
- Remove from the heat (momentarily) and pour in 200 g of corn flour, sprinkling .
- Return to the stove and mix with a hand whisk.
- Continue to cook over low heat , for about 30 minutes or until the mixture thickens, becoming a soft-textured polenta.
- For the fondue , cut the cheese into pieces. Pour it into a saucepan and add the cream.
- Put on the stove and melt.
- When the cheese is melted, mix crosswise .
- Prepare the sauce by melting the butter in a pan. Add 60 g of corn flour and brown it.
- Once done, assemble the dish by pouring first the soft polenta, then the cheese fondue and, finally, the sauce.
Toc in braide is a typical Friulian dish that will undoubtedly conquer your palate. If you have leftover, keep it in the fridge for 2 days , in an airtight container.
Have you already tried the missoltini with polenta ?
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