A traditional recipe that is prepared differently in each house, where the head of the loin can be replaced by pork ribs, raw bacon (half the amount, as it is fatter) or more sausages if we only want to use this ingredient. If instead of cooking the whole recipe in the Chefbot we want to finish it off in a low pan to get drier noodles (fideuà style) we will have to add a little more broth, as the evaporation will be higher. Toasting the noodles lightly in a frying pan over medium heat for a few minutes, without stopping stirring, will give them a deeper flavour and better texture: if we change the number two noodles for another thickness, we will have to adjust the amount of broth and its cooking time. The higher the number, the more time and more broth we will need.
- 1 medium onion (150 g)
- 2 cloves of garlic
- 3 tablespoons of olive oil (45 ml)
- 4 tablespoons of fried tomatoes (60 g)
- 60 g red pepper
- 5 sausages (200 g)
- 300 g of diced pork loin
- 250 g of noodles number 2
- 450 ml chicken or meat stock at room temperature
- 1/2 tsp paprika (sweet, hot or mixed, 3 g)
- Parsley for decoration (optional)
- Grated cheese for gratin (optional)
- Place the blade accessory in the Chefbot’s glass. Add the onion, peeled and cut in four, the pepper and the garlic. Set for 8 seconds at speed 6 and close.
- Open the Chefbot and push down with the spatula what may have stuck to the walls. Remove the blade accessory and insert the stir paddle accessory. Add the 45 ml of oil and a pinch of salt, set 8 minutes at 110℃, speed 1 and close the glass.
- Open the Chefbot glass and add the 200 g of chopped sausages, the 300 g of diced loin (seasoned with salt and pepper), the 3 g of paprika and the 60 g of fried tomatoes. Set 8 minutes at 110℃, speed 1 and close the glass.
- Open the glass of the Chefbot and add the broth (or do it through the steam outlet cap). Set a time of 12 minutes at 110℃, speed 1, and close the glass.
- At the end of the cycle, check on the display whether the temperature has reached 100℃ (the end time may vary if the broth was cold). If not, cycle for 3 minutes to 110℃, speed 1, until it comes to boiling point.
- When the broth has reached boiling point, and taking care not to burn yourself (or through the steam outlet cap), add the 250 g of noodles from number 2. Program 7 minutes to 100℃, speed 1.
- Leave to stand for two minutes and serve, or immediately transfer to a tray, cover with grated cheese and take to the very hot oven with the grill on to grill it and serve when it is golden and crispy. Decorate with chopped parsley, if desired, and more freshly ground pepper.