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Published 2019-07-23 14:42:12
Categories Recipes Corsican
Have you ever heard of migliacci? It is a speciality that can be found all year round in Corsica and is enjoyed with the whole family, especially during festivals. Small salty and crispy cakes with fresh sheep's cheese baked in a wood oven on chestnut leaves. If you don't have a wood oven or chestnut leaves, don't worry, I have the solution! And as we love delicacies, passion and tradition, we could not, do not offer you the recipe of migliacci. Come on, let's get started: the ingredients.
Feel free to leave a comment. Buon appetitu !
Ingredients for 4 people
-500 g flour
-2 fresh sheep's milk cheeses (700 g each / 3 days maturing)
-Whey recovered from the cheese
-A little water
-A touch of salt
-2 sachets of baker's yeast
-2 egg yolks for gilding
-Chestnut leaves (Dried and soak for 2 hours the day before in water) or sheets of parchment paper.
(Total time: 2h15 = Preparation: 2h + Cooking: 15 min)
-Step 1 :
Separate the cheeses from the whey and set aside. Cut half a cheese (350g) into strips and crumble the rest (1050g) and set aside.
-Step 2 :
In a bowl, mix the flour and baker's yeast and then add the whey gradually, continuing to mix.
-Step 3 :
Add a pinch of salt, the crumbled cheese, the 2 eggs and mix well. Do not hesitate to add a little water, you should obtain a paste that is neither too thick nor too liquid.
-Step 4 :
Cover the bowl and let the dough rest for 1 hour and 45 minutes. In the meantime, start your wood oven or preheat your oven to 240°C.
-Step 5 :
In a wood oven: Place 3 to 4 chestnut leaves on top of each other to make a support and place a good ladle of dough on top.
In a conventional oven: Place a sheet of parchment paper on your baking sheet and place two good ladles of dough on each side.
-Step 6 :
Place a few slices of cheese on the dough and brown the top with the egg yolk.
-Step 7 :
Bake for 10 to 15 minutes, the migliacci are cooked once they are golden brown. It's ready! It's ready!
I recommend you to taste the warm migliacci with a green salad and a good glass of Corsican red wine. Buon appetitu !
Finally, I wish you a good day or a good evening and invite you to come and discover other recipes that are just as delicious. And for those who lack time, do not hesitate to visit our shop of Corsican products, we offer many products manufactured in the respect of tradition. CorseBoutique, the best of Corsica. Thank you all!