350 ml circa di bechamelle densa
400 gr di purea di zucca,
3 cucchiai di parmigiano grattugiato
sale, pepe, noce moscata
150-200 gr di Taleggio
4-5 cucchiai di panna o di latte
tartufo bianco o Tartufo Estivo Spoleto macinato in olio extravergine di oliva
Vi auguro un Buon Appetito!
The flan, unlike the souffle, as we have said about the parmesan one, need not be served immediately, after cooking. So you can safely prepare it in advance, and then warm it in the oven for a few minutes before serving.
350 ml of thick béchamel
400 grams of pumpkin puree,
3 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese
salt, pepper, nutmeg
150 gr Taleggio cheese (fomaggio medium ripe, soft and strong taste)
3 spoons cream or milk
a white truffle
Put the pumpkin cut into slices not too thick with the peel in the oven at 350F°, wrapped in silver paper for about 30 minutes, until the flesh yields to the pressure of the prongs of a fork. Remove from oven, remove the peel and pass through a sieve or put it in the mixer. Set aside. Make a thick béchamel (350 grams of milk, 50 g butter and 50 grams of flour) and allow it to cool. Then add eggs, pumpkin, cheese and season with salt, pepper and nutmeg. Pour the mixture into buttered molds and put them in a large pan, filled with plenty of water to half of the molds, and bake at 356/392F° (as always depends on the power of your oven) for 35 minutes in a convection oven and 45 at about the static. Meanwhile prepare the sauce. Put a small saucepan over medium heat with Taleggio cut into pieces and deprived of the crust, a few tablespoons of milk or cream, depending on your preferences. If it's too thick, add a little 'milk. Place the sauce on the plate and put the flan in the center on a crouton, if you like it, in a way that is firm and not drenched in sauce. Put on the top of the flan some slices of white truffle, or, if you have not, a teaspoon of ground Summer Truffle in extra virgin olive oil, like the one I used ....Here is a triumph of flavors, a paradise for the taste.