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'Milanese-Capri' with Auricchio piccante

'Milanese-Capri' with Auricchio piccante

This dish is a combination of two famous Italian recipes, 'Cotoletta alla Milanese' and 'Insalata Caprese'. In this recipe north meets south, creating a real delight for your taste buds! Whilst 'Cotoletta' is traditionally served with lemon wedges, modern versions of this dish see it arranged on plates together with tomato slices and rocket: here we go with the idea of adding delicious provolone cheese and nuts to give it a new, original taste.

A selection of Italian Cured Meats and Cheeses

A selection of Italian Cured Meats and Cheeses

A tasty appetizer with fresh and aged cheeses, cured meats, dried fruits and nuts, ready in 10 minutes!

Almond cantuccini gelato

Almond cantuccini gelato

If you are looking for a yummy treat to serve your children as an afternoon snack, or a fresh tasting dessert for your guests, well, you might want to try out this homemade ice cream! All you need are very simple ingredients for the cream, the right cookies for an extra crunchiness and an ice cream maker! Feel free to add a few drops of your favourite liqueur for extra flavour and as a way to personalise your ice cream!

Artichokes, potatoes, bacon and Provolone pie

Artichokes, potatoes, bacon and Provolone pie

This pie makes an ideal one pot dish for cold wintery days. The rounded savoury taste of the cheese and bacon, mixed with the delicate fluffiness of the mashed potato and the sharp artichoke flavour, create a yummy comfort food everyone will enjoy. Suitable for almost any situation, you can serve it as a main course to your family and friends on special occasions as well as whenever you feel like they deserve a treat!

Auricchio Piccante titbits

Auricchio Piccante titbits

Here comes a suggestion on how to create savoury dainties with just a few, simple ingredients. The deep-fried pizza dough bits make a perfect base for these appetisers: you just need to add your favourite toppings, some Provolone cheese and bake everything for a few minutes.. Definitely something you must try out!

Barbecued Provolone & bitter-sweet cabbage sandwich

Barbecued Provolone & bitter-sweet cabbage sandwich

It's always hard work getting children to eat their veggies and, by telling them it's healthy, we don't necessarily end up winning them over! The best strategy instead is to show them how much fun it can be to prepare a veggie-based dish - this provolone and cabbage 'sandwich', for instance!

Barbecued Provolone on home-made veggie-burger

Barbecued Provolone on home-made veggie-burger

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

Brisé with leeks, nuts and burrata

Brisé with leeks, nuts and burrata

Salty pies are always a great idea, especially if you are preparing apperitisers, a buffet for a party, or a yummy take-away dish! This recipe features Burrata, one of the most beloved Italian dairy products, a fresh cheese made of buffalo and/or cows' milk, similar to mozzarella but far softer and creamier. It's traditionally produced in the Murgia and in other Pugliese areas and is a real taste delight!

Caprese with basil & Ponti Gastronomic Glaze

Caprese with basil & Ponti Gastronomic Glaze

This salad is probably one of the most famous and popular Italian dishes, with its ingredients - tomatoes, mozzarella and basil - creating the Italian flag on your plate! The recipe originates from the Campania region - with the Isle of Capri being one of its best loved locations - but it's enjoyed everywhere.

Cheese and Amarena Cherry Tartlets

Cheese and Amarena Cherry Tartlets

A practical and quick homemade aperitif. An unusual and unique flavour combination that is sure to amaze your guests!

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!

Cheese and panforte

Cheese and panforte

Many people believe that you must round off a delicious meal with a piece of cheese. If you agree, we would like to suggest an unusual but delicious pairing: try enjoying your favourite cheese with a slice of Panforte, preferably the soft kind: the sweet and savoury flavours will blend in a surprising liaison - a coming together with a gourmet's touch! Add a little sip of Moscato or Passito.. and the magic is quickly created!

Cheese cake in a glass

Cheese cake in a glass

Are you a cheese cake fanatic? Then you have to try out this recipe! In a few minutes you can create a delicate dessert that will delight everyone with its creaminess, crunchiness and sweetness. Ideal in any situation, you can serve it to your friends after a dinner together or prepare it for a special occasion.

Cheese cream with anchovies

Cheese cream with anchovies

If you are into spreadable cheeses, then this is a recipe you absolutely must try out! Thanks to the addition of the anchovy paste, the sweetness of the robiola is balanced out and the result is a delicious, tempting cheese cream that you can eat at any time of the day.

Panforte with gorgonzola

Diced Panforte with gorgonzola

If you are one of those who swear by a sweet-savoury combination, then this 'recipe' is for you! Imagine a typical Italian sweet delicacy made of honey, sugar, dried fruit, nuts and spices.. and then imagine pairing it with a savoury, creamy Gorgonzola.. A taste experience you simply can't miss! Serve it as an appetiser at the beginning of a meal, or as a snack as part of an aperitif buffet, and wash it down with a glass of good quality wine!

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