Kalpis

with caprino cheese and fava beans on purple cabbage.

Difficulty: Easy

Kalpis

with caprino cheese and fava beans on purple cabbage.

Difficulty: Easy

Ingredients

(for 4 persons)

  • 4 pieces of BluRhapsody Kalpis®
  • 200 g of clean fava beans
  • 100 g of purple cabbage
  • 50 g of caprino cheese
  • EVO oil
  • Mint
  • Salt and pepper

Ingredients

(for 4 persons)

  • 4 pieces of BluRhapsody Kalpis®
  • 200 g of clean fava beans
  • 100 g of purple cabbage
  • 50 g of caprino cheese
  • EVO oil
  • Mint
  • Salt and pepper

Preparation

Fava beans

Cook fava beans in salted boiling water for about 10 minutes, then peel. Keep some aside and blend the rest with oil, salt, pepper and a few mint leaves. Add caprino cheese.

Purple cabbage

Brown the purple cabbage with oil, add salt and blend adding a little water for a more liquid texture and a more delicate flavour. Strain using a sieve.

Cook Kalpis in boiling salted water for 2 minutes, stirring gently. Drain using a skimmer and empty each piece of all cooking water.

Stuff with fava bean cream (using a pastry bag) and place the small amphorae on purple cabbage water. Decorate with a few whole fava beans and mint leaves.


Preparation

Fava beans

Cook fava beans in salted boiling water for about 10 minutes, then peel. Keep some aside and blend the rest with oil, salt, pepper and a few mint leaves. Add caprino cheese.

Purple cabbage

Brown the purple cabbage with oil, add salt and blend adding a little water for a more liquid texture and a more delicate flavour. Strain using a sieve.

Pasta

Cook Kalpis in boiling salted water for 2 minutes, stirring gently. Drain using a skimmer and empty each piece of all cooking water.

Stuff with fava bean cream (using a pastry bag) and place the small amphorae on purple cabbage water. Decorate with a few whole fava beans and mint leaves.


Tip

If you don’t like fava beans, you can use fresh peas instead. Purple cabbage can be replaced with red beet. 


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