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Chickpea soup with anchovies

Chickpea soup with anchovies

A chickpea soup is a great first dish, nourishing and tasty, ideal especially during cold winter days (but you can enjoy it in summer too!). This healthy soup is quite easy to cook and can be modified in many ways according to personal tastes. Try out our version!

Couscous with peas cream & walnuts

Couscous with peas cream & walnuts

Here comes a dish containing a somewhat alternative ingredient, couscous. Some might think it is a  cereal, but it actually is a traditional Berber product made from semolina, granules of durum wheat. This very versatile ingredient, a staple food in North Africa, can be cooked and served with vegetables or stews, but it also can be used to prepare delightful 'salads' or desserts.

Risotto with raw ham and pumpkin

Creamy risotto with raw ham and chopped pumpkin

Pumpkin risotto is a well-known dish in traditional Lombard cuisine. Very easy to make and incredibly tasty at the same time, it makes an ideal dish for cold autumn or winter days. Its origins are, as the majority of the courses prepared with pumpkin, humble ones, as this vegetable was cultivated and eaten mostly by peasants. In this version we decided to enrich the recipe a bit by adding another much-loved ingredient of the northern culinary tradition: raw ham.

Double tomato Pizza with anchovies, basil and chilli pepper- flavoured oil

Double tomato Pizza with anchovies, basil and chilli pepper- flavoured oil

Some tasty anchovies can make your usual pizza a wonderful food experience! Discover our special recipe!

Dried fruit rice

Dried fruit rice

Ok, ok, we admit it: this does not look or sound like a typical traditional Italian dish. But! We can assure you that the quality of the ingredients and the creativity of the chef are 100% green, white and red! This is a quite unusual dish, somehow inspired by the Southeast Asian cuisine, where combining of savoury and sweet is commonplace, the use of nuts widespread and the basmati rice is a native staple food.  

Fregula with clams and cherry tomatoes

Fregula with clams and cherry tomatoes

Fregula with clams and tomatoes is a very typical Sardinian dish. The fregula pasta, in fact, is traditionally made on this beautiful sunny island by rubbing durum wheat flour together with water in a terracotta bowl, until it sticks together forming little balls of 2 to 6 mm each. Enjoy this dish at the beginning of a fish-based meal and get that holiday feeling for a while!

Fusilli alla Norma

Fusilli alla Norma

This delicious pasta is one of the most typical Sicilian dishes! Invented in the Catania, where it's called 'Pasta Ca' Norma', the original recipe is characterised by fresh tomato sauce, fried aubergines, basil and a typical hard cheese called 'ricotta salata' (salty ricotta). Ideal in summer, when tomatoes, aubergines and basil are in season. Enjoy!

Fusilli with pumpkin sauce

Fusilli with pumpkin sauce

If pumpkin time has come, then you shouldn't miss out on the opportunity to cook this marvellous first dish: pumpkin cream on pasta tastes simply amazing! Make sure you choose the right pasta variety, such as fusilli, in order to soak up all of the delicious creaminess of the sauce. The latter can also be served on toasted bread, topped with some ground nuts, as an appetiser or during an aperitif.

Fusilli with tomatoes, bacon and cabbage

Fusilli with tomatoes, bacon and cabbage

Cabbage is a great vegetable, one of the healthiest one thanks to its properties. Rich in fibre and with a very low fat content, it is often eaten raw in salads, but most people prefer to cook it in various ways. This recipe shows you how to prepare a savoury, appetizing pasta dish dressed with a tomato sauce enriched by cabbage and bacon.

Gorgonzola and Crunchy Mellow Walnut Ravioli with Pears & Figs

Gorgonzola & Crunchy Mellow Walnut Ravioli with Pears and Figs

Having little time to cook doesn't mean you are obliged to make do with a sandwich or a not so tasty dish: with Giovanni Rana ready-made ravioli you can prepare a delicious meal in just a few minutes! The recipe we are suggesting here offers you a gourmet experience: the savoury gorgonzola cheese of the ravioli filling meets the sweet taste of the pear and figs sauce, creating a combination of well-balanced flavours.

Grilled peppers and potatoes timbale

Grilled peppers and potato timbale

Potato timbales are always the perfect solution if you want to create a savoury, filling all-in-one dish or side dish. In this recipe the starchy potato meets the delicate, yet flavourful, Ponti grilled peppers! Let your imagination run wild and create your own versions of the recipe by adding your favourite spices and some cheese, if you like. Easy to cook, delicious to eat: the ideal dish for a pleasant evening with family and friends!

 
Ham and beef cannelloni

Ham and beef cannelloni

Cannelloni is a classic dish of the Emilia Romagna culinary tradition, but many variations exist all-over the country, depending on the region or even on the family. The recipe we suggest here is the most traditional one, featuring minced beef, ham and béchamel sauce. Delicate and savoury at the same time, this dish is loved by children and adults alike.

Lasagne sopraffine

Lasagne sopraffine

This recipe represents a healthy, alternative version of the more famous traditional Italian lasagne. Thanks to the 'radicchio Trevisano', a particular kind of radicchio chicory with long leaves, you'll have a delicious and filling dish that not only will be good to your taste buds, but to your health too! Give it a try and get ready to fall in love with its outstanding, vegan taste!

Lasagne with bolognese sauce & mushrooms

Lasagne with Bolognese sauce & mushrooms

Lasagne is the name of one of the most ancient pasta forms, usually rectangular or band-shaped and thicker than tagliatelle. Already known at the time of Greeks as 'lasana', it was called 'lasanum' in Rome and was already cooked in a similar way to today. Across the centuries the recipe evolved until it became what we nowadays know as Lasagne alla Bolognese.

Lasagne with summer vegetables

Lasagne with summer vegetables

Lasagne is the name of one of the most ancient pasta forms, usually rectangular- or band-shaped and thicker than tagliatelle. Already known at the time of Greeks as 'lasana', it was called 'lasanum' in Rome and was already cooked in a similar way as today. In this recipe we suggest a modern, vegetarian version of this typical Italian dish, ideal in Summer, when the featured vegetables are in season!

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