The wallishuppa is a typical dish from Piedmont. Comes from the tradition of Walser, an ethnic minority that inhabits the north of Piedmont close to Switzerland, more preciselyaround the Monte Rosa.
DIFFICULT ': MEDIUM
INGREDIENTS FOR 4 PEOPLE
350 g onions
350 gr bacon
beef broth 1 l
toma 250 g
200 g of rye bread
100 g butter
Wash and peel the onion, cut into slices with the bacon.
Place the rye bread slices on a baking sheet, lie above the Toma cut into cubes and toastin the oven.
Cook the onions with the butter and sugar in a saucepan, combine to complete browningthe bacon, fry leave.
Put one part of the compound on the bottom of the earthenware bowl, cover with a slice of bread and Toma, superimposing several layers continue to fill up the bowl
Finally pour over the broth and bake time to brown the top slightly, before serving sprinklethe surface with melted butter and cinnamon.
Serve Wallishuppa piping hot.
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