( LIMONI + SALE ) = citrons confits.


Avete una pianta di limone nel vostro giardino?
Io no.
E quando arrivano tre frutti da un podere siciliano, insieme a due avocado e a una buona quota di foglie di limone ho voglia di conservarne il profumo e il sapore per un po' di tempo. E magari regalare questo profumo per Natale a parenti e amici.

I citrons confits, limoni conservati sotto sale, sono una specialità nordafricana che aromatizza tajine, stufati di ogni genere, piatti di pollo, di pesce.

Volete delle ricette in cui vengono utilizzati i citrons confits? Dolci o salate? Il post di Virginia sui citrons confits è ricco di link interessanti.

L'unica difficoltà di questa ricetta è resistere per un mese senza provare ad assaggiarne un pezzetto. In questo periodo di tempo il sale farà perdere l'asprezza tipica del limone, rendendolo morbido e più amabile.

La polpa e la scorza possono essere tritate fini o lasciate così come sono e il liquido che risulterà potrà essere usato come condimento.

In alcune ricette si consiglia di aggiungere foglie di alloro e grani di pepe, zinzonzan realizza una versione con i chiodi di garofano, ma io preferisco la versione con sale e basta.
Claudia Roden li annovera nella lista degli ingredienti meno comuni nel suo libro La cucina del Medio Oriente e del Nord Africa di Claudia Roden. Ecco la ricetta tratta dal suo libro, provata la scorsa volta con ottimi risultati. La trovate QUI

Questa volta utilizzerò il metodo di Chiara Bellasio, la bravissima Kja de Il Pranzo di Babette, autrice anche del blog Soffi di Sale.
Metodo che vuole il limone tagliato a fette e non a quarti, messo sotto sale fine e non grosso.
La sua ricetta la trovate QUI

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Posted by: Chantel Stuckey at 09.11.10 05:30

una bellissima idea per consumare i limoni buoni...un bacione

Posted by: annamaria at 10.12.09 23:20

Mi era piaciuta molto la prima ricetta che hai postato. Ora proverò anche questa.

Posted by: isafragola at 10.12.09 15:08

anche solo la parola "citron confits" mi dà soddisfazione! purtroppo non ho limoni doc, appena trovo un banchetto al mercato che ne ha di belli ne approfitto subito :)
buon weekend!

Posted by: chiara.u at 10.12.09 13:48

anche solo la parola "citron confits" mi dà soddisfazione! purtroppo non ho limoni doc, appena trovo un banchetto al mercato che ne ha di belli ne approfitto subito :)
buon weekend!

Posted by: chiara.u at 10.12.09 13:41

Ottimo promemoria per un pensierino natalizio :-) Io adoro conserve e regali homemade, e mi piace tanto proporli ad amici e parenti!
Baci a tutta la famiglia

Posted by: twostella at 10.12.09 12:57

io con i limoni non riesco a fare nulla perchè me li mangio prima!!! Buccia compresa, ovviamente. baci.

Posted by: mammina at 10.12.09 12:35

Questo post è molto esauriente, grazie :)
Questo Natale farò scorta dall'albero di limoni del mio papà. :)

Posted by: Margherita at 10.12.09 11:54

Questo tuo post è davvero prezioso, una piccola chicca. Pur essendo siciliana non ho un alberello in giardino (ahimé, è sempre stato il mio sogno, ma l'esposizione è avversa). Quindi i tuoi suggerimenti mi tentano parecchio. Appena me ne capiterà qualcuno sottomano proverò e ti farò sapere.

Posted by: Mela at 10.12.09 11:47

ce l'ho!!! quindi al via i limoni confit! mi piacciono da moirire!!!grazie di avermeli ricordati... a volte si tende a dimenticare...

Posted by: valina1977 at 10.12.09 11:39

Ciao Comida,
anche io faccio spesso i limoni confit seguendo la ricetta di Bourdain...tagliati a quarti e con sale grosso..appena mi ho sotto mano dei bei limoni li provo a fette!
Un sorriso giallo lemon,

Posted by: Diletta at 10.12.09 11:29

ci provo a Natale quando mi arriveranno i limoni colti dal mio albero leccese

Posted by: antonia at 10.12.09 11:27

li devo fare da una vita....ma quando mi deciderò??

Posted by: alexandra at 10.12.09 11:23

Mi sono arrivati anche a me 2 limoni biologici di una amica.
potrebbe essere proprio una bella idea usarli cosi'.
ovviamente, poi, si dovranno usare su pietanze salate, mica come scorza nei dolci, vero??
o basta poi sciacquarli?!?

Posted by: gaia at 10.12.09 11:13
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