Wild asparagus make a fabulous risotto!

Yes, yes they do. Now I’m hungry!

Pomodori Wonderland

Let’s go get them… 

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At springtime Puglia’s outback is at its best, the usual very dry landscape becomes all intense green. What better way to enjoy all this beauty  hunting wild asparagus?

My experienced, 80-yaers old friend told me to look near the muretti in secco, they hide overthere because they love rocky land.

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Surprised as I was I found a whole lot of them, eventough others came before me, found a lot without top, Italians don’t waist any nature’s gift…

Recipe

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Let’s honour them in a very simple risotto

(You can easily use the normal, green asparagus)

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Ingredients:
  • Asparagus
  • 1/4 dry white wine
  • Parmigiano
  • olive oil
  • 1/2 cup chopped shallots
  • About 4 cups chicken or vegetable stock (you can use a knorr square melted in water)
  • salt
  • some parsley
  • rice for risotto (carnarolo is the best ricetype to make risotto)
Method:

1. Fry the shopped shallots  in some olive…

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