Risotto ai funghi porcini, Principato di Lucedio, 250gr.
The Great Italian Cuisine (for dummies)
When you want to eat a great dish but really don’t have the time, you’re allowed to use a semi-finished product as long as it’s a high quality one. Take this recipe by Principato di Lucedio for example: extra fine Carnaroli rice and dried wild boletus mushrooms. Just add hot stock, Parmigiano, butter, and stir. Buon appetito!
The Lucedio Abbey, in Trino, Vercelli area: ihere in the XV Century the Cistercian monks first introduced in Italy the cultivation of rice. Through an history rich in vicissitudes, having undergone the Papal and the Napoleonic domination thanks to its strategic position along the Francigena road, it is today a flourishing farm engaging in the production of extraordinary rices: the vocation of the area, together with the low-impact agricultural strategies and a centuries-long know-how, allow Principato di Lucedio's rices to be the history-flavouredplus to make any risotto taste perfect.