White pilaf rice 240g

Seafood broth 240g

Seafood drippings 240g

A pot

A ladle

Extra-virgin olive oil

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Pescatora pilaf rice
Pescatora pilaf rice

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Summary
    Main Dishes

    Pescatora pilaf rice

    Cooking time 15 min

    History

    Braised beef is a classic main dish of the Italian tradition because it is suitable for all occasions and easy to prepare. A braise is a typical dish of the Piedmont cuisine and is prepared with cuts of beef. The name derives from the French verb braiser, in turn derived from braise or “hot coals”, which were used to surround the container. Today, this method consists of an initial browning, followed by slow cooking with the addition of liquids. Gourmio accurately selects the best cuts of meat, the flavour of which will be enhanced by cooking in red wine, accompanied by roast potatoes. The secrets for success of this dish are slow cooking, the quality of the meat and the liquid used. We at Gourmio are not in any hurry, we cook the braise slowly until the meat is as tender as it should be. While cooking, the meat absorbs the red wine and the aromas that make the dish even more delicious. Put us to the test! Don’t forget an important detail like the wine you will pair with this dish: we suggest a fine Piedmont red such as Barbera or Nebbiolo.
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    • Nutrition

    • Energy Kj
      1.365g
      Energy Kcal
      338g
      total Fat
      15,10g
      Saturated Fat
      1,90g
      Carbohydrate
      31,00g
      Sugars
      1,20g
      Protein
      17,90g
      Sodium
      7,00g
      Energy Kj
      1.638g
      Energy Kcal
      406g
      total Fat
      18,12g
      Saturated Fat
      2,28g
      Carbohydrate
      37,20g
      Sugars
      1,44g
      Protein
      21,48g
      Sodium
      8,40g
      Remember that you will cook this recipe at home and that ingredients are subject to natural variation hence nutritional information is approximated.