Farrotto with burrata and dried tomatoes in balsamic vinegar

This farrotto is super fast to prepare, tasty and stringy: it is still quite cold here in Italy in the evenings and one eats with pleasure this kind of meals. Vegetarian with taste and few ingredients.

Time of preparation

about 30 minutes

Servings

4

What did I use

a non-stick pan, a wok, a wooden spoon, a ladle, a cutting board

Ingredients

3 cans of cooked spelt (150 gr each)

1 red onion

1 slice of garlic

1 burrata

1 spoon of spreadable cheese, not to0 tasty, it is only used in this case to make the farrotto creamy without covering the taste of the burrata

2 spoons of balsamic vinegar

Vegetables broth as required

How did I do

I peeled and cut the extremities of the onion, then I cut it in thin slices. I cut off the extremities of the slice of garlic and peeled it also, then I cut it in two parts.

I reheated the oil in the pan at medium heat and I made a sautèed with garlic and onion in two minutes, mixing often. I poured in the balsamic vinegar.

I lowered the fire and I continued the cooking adding a little water when necessary until the onion were well cooked.

I took off the garlic from the pan, highered the fire and added the spelt and the dried tomatoes.

I cooked for five minutes with a little broth, I added the spreadable cheese and I mixed until melted.

I turned off the fire and I added the burrata cut in pieces.

I served immediately.

Buon appetito!

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