Strips of spelt 120g

Cockerel sauce 120g

Lentils 60g

  • 1 PAN
  • 1 COLANDER
  • 1 FRYING PAN
  • 1 WOODEN SPOON
  • 1 LARGE METAL SPOON
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Strips of spelt with cockerel sauce and Castelluccio lentils
Strips of spelt with cockerel sauce and Castelluccio lentils

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    Strips of spelt with cockerel sauce and Castelluccio lentils

    Cooking time 15 min

    History

    This traditional recipe is original from Umbria region, well known as the green heart of Italy. Lenticchia di Castelluccio included in this box is the real and original one. It is one of the most rare bean, together with Lenticchia of Ustica, that you can find in Italy. The color of this Lenticchia ranges from green to light brown and sometimes this Lenticchia is also brindle. It grows only in the area of Castelluccio, a very nice and old village at 5000 ft inside the National Park of Monti Sibillini, near Norcia. This recipe proposes Lenticchia of Castelluccio mixed with Straccetti di Farro, another traditional umbrian specialty. Straccetti is a fresh pastry made with hulled wheat, one of the oldest wheat of the world. Here you can taste one of the most ancient, rich of flavour and tasty italian recipe. Welcome at the rich italian gastronomy.
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    • Ingredients
    • Making of
    • Nutrition

    • Energy Kj
      1,695g
      Energy Kcal
      417g
      total Fat
      8.50g
      Saturated Fat
      1.20g
      Carbohydrate
      66.20g
      Sugars
      5.60g
      Protein
      18.90g
      Sodium
      1.53g
      Energy Kj
      879g
      Energy Kcal
      214g
      total Fat
      4.80g
      Saturated Fat
      0.69g
      Carbohydrate
      34.23g
      Sugars
      2.76g
      Protein
      9.21g
      Sodium
      0.84g
      Remember that you will cook this recipe at home and that ingredients are subject to natural variation hence nutritional information is approximated.