* 125gr of Italian burrata
* 1 egg yolk
* 100gr of Caputo flour
* 30gr of arugula
* 1 large potato
* 50 gr of Pecorino Crotonese DOP
Pecorino Crotonese DOP mixture
* 150 gr liquid cream
* 1 glass of hot water
* 10gr of Pecorino Crotonese DOP
Mix everything together to form the dough.
Make small balls with the dough.
Poach the potato for 22 mins
In a mixer add 6 ice cubes, the potato, the arugula, the Pecorino Crotonese DOP, and salt and pepper.
(the dough must be cold so that the arugula doesn’t change colour)
Mix everything with an arm dough mixer.
Cook the gnocchis: Soak for 2 mins in boiling water.
In a pan, add a little sage, Pecorino Crotonese DOP, butter, Lametia DOP olive oil, and the gnocchi cooking water, and cook for 1 min.
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