This month’s HANGRY session is set to stimulate all the senses. Led by Mark Braun and his eponymous design studio, we were treated to a vibrant and tasty saffron risotto recipe accompanied by Jupiter-Tonic, both with so much zest and colour they are a feast for your eyes and your tastebuds.
Saffron risotto | von Studio Mark Braun
- 2 Esslöffel Öl
- 2 cm Zimtrinde oder 1 kleine Zimtstange
- 2 Lorbeerblätter
- 400 g Basmati-Reis
- 1⁄2 Esslöffel Salz
- 1⁄2 Safranfäden zum Garnieren
- 250 gr Parmesan gerieben
- 1 Petersilie Bündel
- Öl in einer Pfanne erhitzen und die Zimtrinde und die Lorbeerblätter bei mittlerer Hitze mindestens eine halbe Minute lang anbraten.
- Den Reis gründlich waschen und durch ein Sieb abtropfen lassen. Mit 750 ml Wasser und Salz zu den Gewürzen in die Pfanne geben und ca. 15 Minuten bei starker Hitze kochen.
- Safran in einen Mörser geben, mahlen und kochendes Wasser hinzufügen. Dann mit dem Reis mischen. Die Pfanne vom Herd nehmen, abdecken und vor dem Servieren ca. 5 Minuten weiter kochen.
In order to cook a tasty Saffron risotto, a good broth and a dry white wine are essential. Risotto rice comes in 3 quality levels: ‘semifino’, ‘fino’ and ‘superfino’. The latter is the highest quality level and includes varieties Arborio and Carnaroli. In addition, people in Italy consider Carnaroli as the king rice varieties.
Studio Mark Braun
Founded in 2006 the Studio has worked with high-profile clients including Thonet, MONO, NOMOS Glashütte, to name a few. With his roots in Bavaria and Sweden, its founder, Mark, creates objects that certainly remain with us throughout the years. They not only form part of our daily life, but can also help us saving on resources.
The Studio’s line of kitchenware, as seen in our story here, was conceived through the beauty of its materials. Reinventing an often ordinary household item. The challenge was to walk the line between celebrating the qualities of the material while forming aesthetics and performance with just the right dose of detailing. Since this is an ethos that perfectly aligns with our values at MYKILOS, this meeting of minds was just one reason to share a meal.
In addition to his professorship at HBKsaar Saarbrücken Mark initiated the German Design Graduates Show. This collaboration with Ineke Hans (UDKBerlin) and Hermann Weizenegger (FHPotsdam) is open for the public as an exhibition. The exhibition is opening at Kunstgewerbemuseum Berlin during this summer and shows the best 40 graduates from 12 renowned German design schools. All visitors welcome.