Zuccotto di ziti recipe with pumpkin by of 18-05-2016 [Updated on 19-01-2017]
The zuccotto di ziti with pumpkin is a first course of effect, to bring to the table a baked pasta with a slightly different shape. A rich and tasty dish that will enrich your table with flavor and a touch of originality. Zuccotto di ziti is a recipe that I made in collaboration with the Scotch-Brite® brand, they invited me to prepare an "EXTREME" recipe with preparation and ingredients that in the end gave me a hard time to wash the dishes and try their new sponge with a decidedly misyan design and color. I gladly accepted the "challenge" and I would say that the sponge test has been passed since in a couple of steps my pan was nice and clean;) As I told you yesterday, in a few days we will go online with the completely renewed site, plus I am away for a couple of days because of Ivano's work, so I will also be little present in general, but I hope you don't have any urgent questions. But you can find me on Social and we will read tomorrow anyway with a new recipe, a basin: *
How to make zuccotto di ziti with pumpkin
Clean and chop the onion, then brown it in a pan with the bacon and a drizzle of oil.
Add the diced pumpkin, cook for a couple of minutes, then cover with hot broth and cook (about 15-20 minutes).
Blend with the blender, then season with salt and pepper, add the Parmesan and mix.
Cook the pasta in a large pot with plenty of salted water, drain it al dente.
Generously grease the mold and sprinkle with breadcrumbs, then start lining the walls with the dough, starting from the bottom: dip each zito in the pumpkin cream, place it on the surface of the mold and wrap it on itself, creating a single spiral.
Break up the remaining pasta and add it to the remaining cream, adding the diced provolone.
Fill the zuccotto with this seasoned pasta, being careful not to move the ziti dome you have created all around.
Sprinkle the surface of the zuccotto with Parmesan and breadcrumbs, then bake in a preheated convection oven at 180 ° C and cook for about 20 minutes.
Let it cool for about ten minutes before turning everything upside down on a serving dish.
Serve your pumpkin zuccotto ziti by decorating the surface with cubes of crispy bacon.
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