3 stars, Mauro Uliassi, Vini Stellati

Mauro Uliassi: Wild game potato ravioli


Wild game potato ravioli

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Bruno Vespa

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The recipe


Ingredients for 4 people

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Gli gnocchi
1kg of mixed potatoes cooked in steam at 145 ° C and put through a sieve
300 grams of flour 00 and 2 whole eggs

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The filling
400 gr chicken or pigeon liver
200 gr of woodpigeon heart
100 gr of chicken gizzards
150 gr of game (Woodcock)
200 gr of duck foie gras
250 grams of cognac
150 gr of white wine
150 gr of truffle
150 butter
50 gr extra oil
40 gr of hazelnuts

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  • Chop the livers into mince.
  • Chop the hearts and gizzards into mince.
  • Chop the woodcock meat into mince.
  • Brown the garlic in oil and butter with a third of the fat.
  • Add the minced liver, salt, pepper and herbs, brown for one minute over high heat.
  • Remove everything and flambé with the cognac.
  • Do the same thing with the hearts and the woodcock meat which should instead be bathed in white wine.
  • Put all the juices obtained and the browned meats together and mix with the fois gras.
  • Prepare the potato ravioli by rolling the dough out and cut out into circles. Place some filling in the center of each disc and cover with another circle to form a raviolo.
  • Cook the ravioli in abundant salted water; sauté with a little sage and butter; sprinkle the finished pasta with caramelized hazelnuts.
  • Serve

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Wine recommended for this dish

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