Spaghetti Au Lait – Olè

Maria Amelia Anedda's recipe for Pasta World Championship 2016
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  • 5 oz Spaghetti Barilla , (n5)
  • 1 ¾ oz lemon jam
  • 1 oz sweet almond pesto
  • 1 oz white chocolate
  • basil leaf
  • some almond
Preparation

WHITE CHOCOLATE CREAM:

Place in a bowl the granulated sugar and the egg yolks and whisk until reaching a foamy consistency
Separately, in a pan bring the cream and milt to a boil
Remove from the fire and mix the two components together then put back on the fire and continue cooking at low heat, constantly mixing with a spatula until reaching 184° F temperature
Away from the heat add the white chocolate chopped in pieces and  stir until completely melted
Let cool down the cream obtained.

LEMON JAM:

Using a vegetable peeler remove the lemons’ rind, then remove the white pith and the seeds
Mix the rind and the lemons’ flesh  in a pan with granulated sugar, water and a pinch of salt
Cook in the oven at moderate heat for at least 20 minutes.
Blend the mixture to obtain a very smooth consistency cream then transfer into a baster or pastry bag with a fine nozzle

SWEET ALMOND PESTO:

Wash and pluck the basil leaves.
Mix the leaves, almonds, sugar and the lemon zest into a measuring cup
Whisk everything with a hand blender adding little almond oil at a time, until the mixture is smoothly emulsified

MILK SPAGHETTI:

Add in a large pot the milk, water, sugar, lemon rind, vanilla bean and a pinch of salt and bring to a boil
Cook Barilla spaghetti no. 5 in the cooking liquid for a few minutes beyond the cooking time indicated on the box and then let them cool mixing with the white chocolate cream and a teaspoon of lemon jam in a container placed into water and ice to stop the cooking
Place a small roll of cold spaghetti “au lait” mixed with the white chocolate cream on a plate
Decorate with the lemon jam using the baster
Dust with some sweet almond pesto and decorate with a few fresh basil leaves.
To create the “grated cheese” effect, grate some almonds with a fine greater.

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