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'Milanese-Capri' with Auricchio piccante

'Milanese-Capri' with Auricchio piccante

This dish is a combination of two of the most famous Italian recipes, 'Cotoletta alla Milanese' (Milan's well-known breaded cutlet) and 'Insalata Caprese' (Caprese salad, typical from the south of Italy). A recipe where north truly meets south, creating a real delight for your taste buds!

Almond spaghetti

Almond spaghetti

There is a well-known, super easy pasta recipe Italians love to eat. It’s almost the symbol of 'Italian fast food' and it's called 'pasta aglio, olio e peperoncino', that is pasta with garlic, oil, and hot chillies. Here we suggest a recipe variation: by adding lemon juice, lemon zest, toasted broken almonds and parsley you still manage to make it a quick and easy dish while giving it a different, more summery twist

Barbecued Provolone on home-made veggie-burger

Barbecued Provolone on home-made veggie-burger

If you’re searching for an attractive, deliciously tasting dish for your children, here comes a recipe suggestion you might want to try! A home-made potato-burger accompanied by a slice of melting Provolone cheese and fresh, marinated courgettes. Served with crispy bread, this dish will keep everyone happy!

Cheese and Herbs Starters

Cheese and Herbs Starters

If you are thinking about a light, savoury appetiser, then this is just the right recipe for you! Although mainly made of milk, goat's cheese and Parmigiano Reggiano are known for being easily digestible. Combined with the hazelnuts and fresh herbs, these cheese starters will brighten up your meal and satisfy your taste buds!

Chicken with peppers and tomatoes

Chicken with peppers and tomatoes

This amazing stew, whose main ingredients are chicken, peppers and tomatoes, is a speciality of the Italian region Umbria. With its delicate yet savoury taste, it an ideal dish to serve at family get-togethers, on Sundays, or on a special occasion.

Fig pork chop

Fig pork chop

Cooking pork with fruit has always been popular in Italy. In this wonderful recipe, the strong taste of the pork chops, combined with the sweetness of figs, provide a harmonious combination that will delight your taste buds and amaze your guests.

Grilled aubergines & Provolizie rolls

Grilled aubergines & Provolizie rolls

The grilled aubergine rolls are a typical vegetarian main course of Mediterranean cuisine, but can also be served as a side dish or as an appetiser. It is a very versatile recipe and can be modified according to the cook's personal taste. The aubergine belongs to the nightshade family and has many beneficial properties: it helps combat water retention, facilitates digestion, improves liver function and reduces blood pressure.  

Grilled Auricchietto with roasted potatoes

Grilled Auricchietto with roasted potatoes

 

This is a dish everyone will enjoy, even the children! Crunchy potato rösti meets soft, melting Auricchio slices, while velvety bell pepper cream and black olive tapenade give the recipe a savoury twist. Ideal served as a main course with lots of vegetables.

Macaroni and chickpeas

Macaroni and chickpeas

Pasta with chickpeas is a very filling starter or one pot dish, mainly made of chickpeas, vegetables and pasta. This dish is of peasant origin and is particularly suitable in winter, when its warmth can be fully appreciated (this, though, doesn't stop you from enjoying it during spring, summer or autumn!). The recipe can be altered according to personal tastes to create different versions of the same dish.

 
Meat roll with rocket & Provolizie in cornflakes

Meat roll with rocket and Provolizie in cornflakes

Here comes a really appetising – yet healthy – recipe for anyone who likes fried food! Quality ingredients combined together to make a tasty, crunchy main course that can also easily become a finger food appetiser! A dish that will satisfy your guests and that your children will love too!

Mediterranean tuna & red onion pizza

Mediterranean tuna & red onion pizza

Pizza is by far the most famous Italian dish; ask anyone what they first think of when they hear the word 'Italian food', and their automatic response will be: pizza. There are many ways of making pizza, according to where you are, it can be thick or very thin, lightly seasoned or covered with toppings - you choose! In this recipe we suggest a delicious combination, which is tuna fish with onion. We promise, you won't be disappointed! 

 
Mushroom risotto

Mushroom risotto

Mushroom risotto is a classic dish, especially in autumn when the key ingredients are in season. It is characterised by a tasty and aromatic flavour, particularly if made with the king of mushrooms: the porcini mushroom. Its flesh doesn't turn black after having been cut and keeps its scent even after cooking. Moreover, mushrooms are not only delicious ingredients, but also valuable allies for good health.

 
Orange ricotta Panettone 'shortcake'

Orange ricotta Panettone 'shortcake'

Sometimes we want to impress our guests and offer them a nice dessert, but we either run out of time, or it's just too hot to have the oven on! What to do? With this cake you have one more alternative to the readymade cakes and ice creams! Your job? To choose fresh, high quality, ingredients! This delicious recipe calls for small fruits, ricotta cheese and, obviously, Panettone.

 
Panzanella

Panzanella

Panzanella is a favourite in central Italy, very famous in Tuscany, Marche and Lazio. The original recipe calls for stale bread, red onion, basil, olive oil, vinegar and salt, but over time more ingredients, such as fresh tomatoes and cucumbers have been introduced.

Peas and pesto Risotto

Pea and pesto Risotto

This easy and tasty risotto recipe is traditionally popular in spring and summer, when fresh peas are in season and can be bought directly from the producers. The delicate flavour of these wonderful green legumes perfectly matches the more savoury Pesto and Parmigiano, providing an incredible taste experience.

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