- 300g cannellini beans
- 1 carrot
- 1 celery
- 1 clove garlic
- 1 sprig rosemary
- 500g tomatoes
- 5g Kuzu
- 1 clove garlic
- 1/2 clove garlic
- 500ml extra-virgin olive oil
- 500g red bream
The powder of cod
- 1 onion
- Extra-virgin olive oil
- 50ml white wine
- 50ml milk
- 50ml cream
- 300g dried cod
San Daniele crisp
- 200g San Daniele ham
- Pea shoots
- Soak the Cannellini beans in water for eight hours. Cook over low heat with the carrot, celery, a clove of garlic and rosemary for about 50 minutes.
- Let them cool in their water and remove the skins covering them.
- Wash the tomatoes, cut in half, add a clove of garlic and simmer in a pan without added fat for ten minutes. Cover and allow to cool naturally. Filter through a cloth to extract the juice.
- Thick the sauce with Kuzu and add white beans. Season with salt and peperoncino.
- Pour the extra virgin olive oil into a vacuum bag with garlic (cut in half) and peperoncino.
- Close the bag and cook it at 50oC for a one hour steam. Cool and filter through.
- Carefully cut the red bream into fillets, taking care to also remove the skin. Cut into individual servings, add salt and place in a vacuum bag with garlic oil. Cook in a steam oven at 50oC for 17 minutes.
- Remove the fillets from the bag and dry them on paper.
The powder of cod:
- Braise the onion for 30 minutes with extra-virgin olive oil. Sprinkle with white wine and let this evaporate.
- Add milk and cream, and pour everything into a thermo-mix with the dried cod, cut into small pieces. Blend for 40 minutes at 90oC and pass this through a sieve.
- Cool and put the whole mixture into a siphon with two charges of gas and spray it into the liquid nitrogen.
- Remove from nitrogen. Blend all the ingredients finely and store at -24oC.
San Daniele crisp:
- Cut the San Daniele ham into small cubes and dry them at 70o C for one hour.
- Blend and place it over the red snapper.
- Put the sauce in a dish and add the red bream fillet. Sprinkle with the San Daniele ham crisps.
- Garnish with dried cod powder, salt and pea shoots.