Millefeuille of celeriac gratin, ricotta cheese, spinach and parmesan chips


Cooking time:
45 min.
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Step 1

Peel celeriac and slice thinly. 
Using a round 8-diameter ramekin cup cup the slices in order to have 16 perfect circles. Steam the rounds at 100° for 5 minutes, then cool in water. Shred the rest of the celeriac with a knife and brown in a pan with 10 g butter for 5 minutes, adjust for flavor and pour into a bowl.  

Step 2

Pour in ricotta and 80 g Parmesan cheese, mix well and add a pinch of nutmeg and salt. Pour into a pastry bag and store in the refrigerator.

Saute spinach in a hot pan with 5 g butter and cook for 1 minute, adjust for flavor and let cool. Drain the celeriac slices and pat dry with a paper towel. Butter a glass baking dish and lay the first slice of celeriac in it. Dress the first circle with the ricotta and lay a clump of spinach on top.

Step 3

Repeat 2 times and finally lay the last slice of celeriac on top. Brush with melted butter and sprinkle with bread and remaining Parmesan cheese. Bake in oven multistep mode: the first step 190° in traditional fan assisted mode for 5 minutes and then the second step in grill mode at 180° for 3 minutes.
Parmesan chips

Step 4

Scratch the parmesan rind on the outside and cut it into 2x2 cm cubes, lay them on a glass tray and bake in microwave mode at maximum power for about 1 minute.

Remove from the oven and place on a serving dish and garnishing with parmesan crust chips.

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