Purè di patate e rape (Neeps and Tatties)

neeps and tatties 3Neeps and tatties: .Purè di patate e rape (Neeps and Tatties), Quando gli inglesi improvvisano un purè di patate con le rape,lo chiamano purè di patate con le rape, ma quando lo fanno gli Scozzesi lo chiamano:Neeps e Tatties.

Neeps e Tatties viene tradizionalmente servito con Haggis. Vi potremmo dare una descrizione esatta di ciò che è haggis,ma ci riserviamo questo particolare piacere per la prossima volta. Per adesso ci piacerebbe godere del piacere di un buon piatto fumante di purè di rape e patate fatto con molto burro. L’aggiunta delle rape al purè di patate fa si che il sapore risulta più delicato e il colore è di un arancio pallido.

Purè di patate e rape – Ingredienti per 4

  • 700 gr di patate
  • 700 gr di rape
  • 50 gr di burro
  • Sale e pepe a secondo del tuo gusto.
  • 1 manciata di erba cipollina tritata grossolanamente.
  1. Lavare le patate e a piacere togliere la buccia, tagliale a cubetti.
  2. Lavare le rape e sbucciarle tagliarle poi a cubetti.
  3. Metti in una pentola di acqua salata le patate e le rape e falle bollire per 20 minuti o fino a quando con una forchetta riesci ad infilarle.
  4. Scolare bene le verdure aggiungere il burro, schiacciare tutto ma non troppo
  5. Aggiungi sale e pepe secondo il tuo gusto.

Purè di patate e rape

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