Wine pairing notes
This light-bodied, highly aromatic Brachetto, with its distinctive notes of exotic fruits and red berries, enhances greatly the fragrance and the aroma of these creamy fried tubes. They help the wine to express all its aromatic peculiarities, in particular the intense aromas of roses and the flavors of almonds and nutmeg that complement the coconut in the mouth. A beautiful balance between sweetness and freshness.
- 6 slices white bread
- 320g fresh milk
- 60g coconut milk
- 20g condensed milk
- 45g cornstarch
- 4g granulated sugar
- 5g salt
- Sieve the cornstarch, add sugar, salt and pour in 100g milk
- Stir until dry ingredients are well diluted in the milk
- Pour in the remaining fresh milk, coconut milk, and condensed milk and stir well
- Keep stirring over low heat for about two minutes and when the liquid gradually thickens turn off the fire
- Turn off heat and keep stirring until smooth then pour all into cling paper
- Let it cool in the freezer for 2-3 hours
- Cut the white bread into squares
- Take out the fresh milk “cake” from the refrigerator and cut it into strips
- Wrap pieces of the milk cake in bread squares wrap and deep fry them in oil at 180° until golden brown
Rosa Regale Brachetto d’Acqui DOCG
Castello Di Banfi
|Description||A classic Banfi Piemonte wine obtained from the Brachetto vine, an aromatic, ancient and complex grape typical of the area.|
|Grape||100% Brachetto d’Acqui|
|Colour||Light ruby red nuances with a vibrant and persistent perlage.|
|Aroma||Intense aromas of rose and berries, best expression of the aromatic peculiarities of the Brachetto d’Acqui.|
|Taste||Pleasantly fresh and with subtle tannins, it ends on fruity and mineral notes.|
|Aging||Not aged, fermented in stainless-steel tanks according to the Charmat Method.|
Banfi was founded in 1978 thanks to the will of the Italian-American brothers John and Harry Mariani. From the beginning, the goal of the two brothers was to create a state-of-the-art winery combined with the most advanced science in the vineyards for the production of premium wines. Together with the Mariani family, Ezio Rivella, one of Italy’s foremost oenologists, who understood that due to the richness of the soils and the privileged microclimatic position, the property would have a great capacity of development.
In those years, the brothers, John and Harry, also purchased Bruzzone, a historic winery in Piedmont. Founded in 1860 and specialized in the production of sparkling wines, today is known as Banfi Piemonte.
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