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Arrosticini Abruzzese with piadine and aioli

Australian Gourmet Traveller recipe for arrosticini Abruzzese with piadine and aioli from Italian Pantry in Hobart.
Arrosticini Abruzzese with piadine and aioli

Arrosticini Abruzzese with piadine and aioli

Ben Dearnley
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“I’m hosting a party in a few weeks and the Italian Pantry‘s arrosticini would make a brilliant starter. I would be grateful if they shared their recipe.”

Angus White, Sandy Bay, Tas

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Ingredients

Piadine
Aioli

Method

Main

1.For piadine, line an oven tray with baking paper. Combine flour, butter and vegetable oil in an electric mixer with dough attachment, then knead on medium speed until a smooth dough forms (6-8 minutes). Divide into eight 100gm pieces, roll into balls, place on oven tray and brush with olive oil. Cover with a tea towel and set aside to rest (1 hour). Flatten each ball with a rolling pin on a lightly floured surface into a 3mm-4mm-thick disc. Heat a char-grill pan over high heat and grill piadine in batches until they start to bubble and become slightly charred (3-5 minutes on each side). Keep warm.
2.Meanwhile, for aioli, whisk together egg yolks and garlic in a small bowl. Whisking continuously, gradually add oil, starting with a few drops, then in a thin, steady stream until emulsified and a mayonnaise forms. Add lemon juice, season to taste and refrigerate until required.
3.Thread 5-6 pieces of lamb onto each skewer, drizzle with oil and season to taste. Heat a char-grill pan over high heat and grill lamb in batches, turning occasionally, until slightly charred and cooked through (8-10 minutes). Serve with aioli, piadine and lemon halves.

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