Today, we tempt you with a proposal of indulgent street food, with a healthy and organic twist: let us embark on a journey to create cheese balls, using as the main ingredient the remarkable organic goat's milk cheese with thyme from the prestigious Perenzin dairy. And do not even think about going near a deep fryer: this delicacy can only be brought to life within the confines of an oven, for a more ethereal and healthier result.
120g of type 0 flour
20g of instant yeast
200g of organic Goat's Milk Ricotta from Perenzin Dairy
100g of organic Goat's Milk Caciottona from Perenzin Dairy, cut into small cubes (retain the rind as well!)
100g of organic Goat's Milk Caciottona from Perenzin Dairy, cut into larger cubes (retain the rind as well!)
Extra virgin olive oil
Commence by placing the organic Goat's Milk Ricotta from Perenzin Dairy in a bowl and gently manipulate it with a fork. Introduce the sifted flour along with the instant yeast, eggs, salt, pepper, and the organic Goat's Milk Caciottona cut into diminutive cubes.
Knead and shape the concoction into balls, delicately rolling them through the breadcrumb coating.
At this juncture, embed within the core of each ball a few morsels of the organic Goat's Milk Caciottona cut into larger cubes (destined to become the lusciously melting heart of the ball).
Arrange these on a baking tray lined with parchment paper, drizzling the balls with a modest twist of olive oil.
Bake for approximately 30 minutes at 180°C, allowing the balls to attain a splendid golden hue.
Now, you stand poised to unveil the fruits of your labor: a bon appétit is most certainly in order!