1 Sambucano lamb shoulder (about 1 kg) - 100 g broad beans - 1 garlic bulb 20 g capers - thyme -mint - 5 rosemary flowers - 1 spring onion 50 g lamb cooking juice - 1 glass of extra-virgin olive oil - butter - salt and pepper
The Barbaresco Docg I Patriarchi is the result of a blend fromNebbiolo grapes grown
in different cru-vineyards: Rondò and Tetti in the Neive area. Elegant and full-bodied,
it can display a range of aromas perfectly balanced between spices and ripe red
fruit - the same harmony of body, pleasant tannin and freshness you can feel in themouth.
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Let the boneless lamb shoulder rest in amarinade of garlic, capers, a thyme sprig, pepper and
some oil for 8 hours. Drain the lamb removing the capers, garlic and thyme; adjust salt to
taste and set aside vacuum-packed. Steam at 158 °F for 12 hours.
Finely slice the spring onion and stew in a frying pan with butter and a sprig of mint for 5 minutes on low flame. Add the peeled beans, adjust with salt and pepper. Pour some water and cook for 5 minutes.
In a saltière (low-sides and thick bottom saute pan) heat the oil, roast the lamb and brown it on each side. Add some butter, thyme, a garlic clove in order to flavour the meat. Place the beans and the meat lamb in a plate, sprinkle with lamb cooking juice and finish off with rosemary flowers.