Let’s find out how to prepare the pancotto with the Thermomix following the original Apulian recipe using very few ingredients.
Pancotto is to be considered to all intents and purposes a recycled dish of peasant origin . In fact, it arises from the need to use stale bread to create a simple but at the same time substantial dish. Preparing the pancotto with the Thermomix is even easier because you won’t have to dirty any pot or pan.
It will be sufficient to gather all the ingredients in the jug and let the robot proceed to cooking. In its simplest version, this traditional recipe is prepared with bread and broth , but there are also richer versions with eggs, cheese and vegetables. As for the edge, it is customary to use the vegetable one, perfect for giving life to a dish suitable for vegetarians and vegans, but nobody forbids you to use a meat one, tastier and tastier. Let’s see how to prepare the Pugliese pancotto with the Thermomix in its original version.
How to prepare the pancotto recipe with the Thermomix
- Cut the bread into pieces that are not too precise and place them in the jug. Blend for 20 sec. speed 3.
- Add the broth, oil, a pinch of salt and a pinch of pepper and cook for 5 min. 80 ° C speed 2.
- Then distribute on plates and complete as desired with a sprinkling of grated Parmesan cheese.
This recipe is also perfect for the little ones. Serve the pancotto for the younger children and if you don’t have a robot don’t worry: you can also prepare it in the traditional way . We also recommend trying the recipe for Tuscan pancotto , richer and tastier and prepared with a fish base inspired by the local maritime tradition.
The pancotto can be kept in the refrigerator for up to a couple of days . We advise you to reheat it in a pot or in the microwave before consuming it.
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