For the pasta
150 g 00 flour
75 g semolina flour
2 whole eggs
15 g black truffle
For the 36 month Parmesan cream
120 g milk
30 g cream
70 g Parmesan stock
100 g Parmigiano Reggiano BIO 36 months
10 g cornflour
For the Parmesan cream
Prepare the Parmesan stock by boiling 50 g of well-cleaned rinds after placing them in 200 g of cold water. Pour the milk, cream, filtered Parmesan broth into a small saucepan and bring to the boil; bind with cornflour dissolved in a little water and finally add the grated Parmesan cheese, letting it melt over a low flame without it coming to the boil.
On the work surface, make a well in the flour and add the eggs and beat them lightly with a fork. Start incorporating the flour, mix using a mallet and start kneading, when the dough is homogeneous cut the dough in half and check that there are no air bubbles inside.
Shape into a ball, cover with cling film and leave to rest for 15 – 20 minutes. Lightly flour the work surface and start rolling out the dough from the centre with a rolling pin, the dough is ready when it reaches a thickness of 2 mm.
Sprinkle the dough sheet with flour and fold the dough further around the edges. Complete until you get a strip. Cut in half and cut 1 cm strips.
Boil the pasta in plenty of salted water, drain and cream with a knob of butter emulsified with a little cooking water. Pour the fondue onto the bottom of the plate, lay the pasta on top and sprinkle with the truffle cut into shavings and a sprinkling of pepper. Enjoy!
Many thanks to Chef Noel Lapedota of Ristorande ‘Vetro’ (at the Giardini Margherita greenhouses).
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