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Spaghetti with cod, beans & extra virgin olive oil

Spaghetti with cod, beans & EVO

This is a combination of two famous Italian dishes, 'pasta e fagioli' and pasta with codfish and tomato sauce. In some places in Italy, combining beans and fish is quite usual and for one good reason: it tastes great! Also, it makes an ideal pairing on special occasions, like for instance on Christmas' or New Year's eve. All you need is top quality ingredients and soon you'll have a one pot dish everyone will enjoy!

Spaghetti with courgettes, ham & Parmigiano Reggiano

Spaghetti with courgettes, Parma ham & Parmigiano Reggiano

Here comes a really tasty recipe for a spring or summer day: this colourful dish is great if made with tender, baby courgettes, that are easier to find at that time of the year. The mild flavour of the courgettes is combined with the stronger tastes of Parmigiano Reggiano and Parma ham (a typical Italian raw ham), creating a harmonious and balanced dish. Enjoy!

Spaghetti with Fresh Tomato Sauce

Spaghetti with Fresh Tomato Sauce

Spaghetti with tomato sauce is probably the most typical Italian dish, as well as one of the simplest. Just a few basic ingredients, but an absolute delight for your taste buds! Still there are a few things you may want to note down, in order to achieve the best possible result. Firstly, this is a perfect dish for spring and summer. Secondly, make sure you get good quality extra virgin olive oil. Finally, choose a pasta that stays al dente.

Spaghetti with goji berries and borage

Spaghetti with goji berries & borage

Some people might know them already, but for all those who don't, here we are to introduce you to the wonderful goji berries! With a 4000% more antioxidants than oranges, these little red berries are a great help against premature cellular aging as well as a natural protection against some neurodegenerative and cardiovascular diseases, as well as diabetes and cancer. Here is a delicious way of enjoying them, a real Italian dish, spaghetti with goji berries and borage leaves!

Spinach gnocchi on Taleggio fondue

Spinach gnocchi on Taleggio fondue

Gnocchi with spinach and Taleggio fondue is a refined and savoury starter. Taleggio is an aromatic and sharp cheese, popular in the North of Italy, especially in the Lombardy, Veneto and Piedmont regions, where it is often enjoyed on its own but also used to enrich sauces and dressings.

Stuffed Paccheri with courgette sticks

Stuffed Paccheri with courgette sticks

If you are planning on a dinner with your friends and want to cook something that is yummy and easy at the same time, you've just found what you need! This baked pasta, filled with a delicious leek, pig's cheek, courgettes and Provolone mix, will delight your guests with its well-balanced flavours.

Tagliatelle alla checca

Tagliatelle alla checca

Tagliatelle alla Checca is a typical dish from the Lazio region, but over time it has become popular all over the country. Obviously, every family makes it its own way, by slightly modifying the recipe, adding some ingredients (e.g. mozzarella or caciotta romana) and/or leaving out others. Even though it is considered a spring dish, often served cold, it can be eaten at any time of the year and can be served hot or simply warm.

Tagliatelle in a salami crust

Tagliatelle in a salami crust

A dish which is served in individual ceramic or copper ovenproof bowls, buttered and then sprinkled with yellow polenta flour before baking: an unusual treat you should be eager to try out! Ideal on any occasion, you can serve it as a first dish or as an entrée if you significantly reduce the quantities.

Tagliatelle with crispy bacon, goats' cheese & artichokes

Tagliatelle with crispy bacon, goats' cheese & artichokes

A typical cold-season vegetable, the best time of the year to prepare artichokes is definitely from November to May. With this recipe we want to give you one more idea on how to enjoy them! This dish will make a quick, really fanciful, starter: the Tagliatelle pasta is dressed with a creamy cheese sauce and with the sautéed, savoury artichokes and bacon. In case you want to make this recipe suitable for vegetarians, just replace the diced bacon with sliced (or minced), roasted almonds! Enjoy hot or lukewarm.

Tagliatelle with fresh green pesto & shrimps

Tagliatelle with fresh green pesto & shrimps

Here comes a first course that combines two famous ingredients of the Ligurian culinary tradition: pesto and shrimps! In less than one hour you'll have a simple, yet extraordinary dish! You can enjoy it hot or cold, so it also makes a great buffet component! Ideal in summer, when both basil and rocket are broadly available.

Tagliatelle with Prawns

Tagliatelle with Prawns

Pasta is a one of Italians' favourite dishes, they eat it every day and never get tired of it. The following recipe shows a typical first dish of Italian cuisine, famous all over the country, but you can eat it mostly in coastal areas, where there is a wider availability of fresh fish and shellfish. Tagliatelle with prawns is not complicated to make, it's very quick and, if you don't overdo the oil, it's a light option for a perfect summer dinner.

Tomato, Olives & Mozzarella Ravioli with Fresh Basil Pesto

Tomato, Olives & Mozzarella Ravioli with Fresh Basil Pesto

Tomatoes, olives, mozzarella, Parmigiano and pesto.. hard to find anything more italian than this dish! These vegetarian ravioli couldn't be more harmonious and are the perfect choice for an easy and cosy dinner with your friends, or for a delicious quick family lunch. If you want, you can even add chopped cherry tomatoes to the pesto sauce: the result will be just amazing!

Tomato, Olives & Mozzarella Ravioli with Red Onion, Tomato & Caper Sauce

Tomato, Olives & Mozzarella Ravioli with Red Onion, Tomato & Caper Sauce

Tomatoes, garlic, onion, olives, olive oil, mozzarella, parmesan, capers .. this ravioli dish is a mix of pure Italian flavours! Quick and easy to prepare, it is the ideal recipe for busy days but also for everyday meals with friends and family. Feel free to tweak the dressing according to your own personal taste: improvisation and variation are among the hallmarks of real Italian cuisine!

Tortiglioni with beef and mushroom sauce

Tortiglioni with beef and mushroom sauce

This is the perfect Sunday dish: tortiglioni with beef and mushroom ragù! A rich sauce that will pervade your kitchen with a divine smell and provide your taste buds with a real treat. You can use this sauce with other pasta shapes too, or you can even serve it on gnocchi, ravioli, polenta, rice... or eat it on a slice of homemade bread! A truly versatile delicacy!

Tortiglioni with broccoli, peas and cheddar

Tortiglioni with broccoli, peas and cheddar

This recipe comes as a variation to the most famous 'pasta coi broccoli', which is a very appreciated dish of the peasant tradition. Here we suggest you enrich it a bit by adding some peas, a potato and diced Cheddar cheese.. You won't be disappointed!

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