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Artichokes, bread and anchovies pie

Artichokes, bread and anchovies pie

Looking for a tasty, easy to make, appetiser for your guests? Or perhaps you want to prepare a light but intriguing snack? Then you have to write down this recipe here! Here a crispy garlicky bread base hosts fragrant spicy artichoke hearts and fresh anchovies, guaranteeing taste delight and satisfaction! Serve it during a party or before a dinner as an appetiser, or after a first dish as a light secondo

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!

Aubergine and mackerel caponata

Aubergine and mackerel caponata

The 'caponata' is a very typical, well-known Sicilian dish. Basically made of fried vegetables dressed with a rich sweet and sour tomato sauce, there are many slightly different versions according to where it is cooked. Try out this special variation with fish!

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.

Ceasar salad

Ceasar salad my way

The well known Caesar salad was first created by the Italian chef Cesare Cardini, who immigrated to the United States, San Diego, after World War I. In his salad, the chef aims at combining the typical Italian flavours - like Parmigiano, romaine lettuce and extra virgin olive oil - and the American ones - e.g. the Worcester sauce.

Celery and anchovies gratin

Celery and anchovies gratin

Are you wondering what to do with all that 'boring' old celery left over in your fridge? Don't despair! Here comes a recipe that will make you think twice about the right adjective for this incredibly healthy veggie! Just a few more ingredients, some delici(o)us anchovies and you'll have an inviting dish you'll be proud to serve to your guests!

Chicken kebab with grilled peppers

Chicken kebab with grilled peppers

This is a fairly light and summery recipe! The chicken skewers, served with the grilled vegetables, make a perfect combination of flavours and are great if you want to avoid that 'full belly' feeling. A quick and easy dish, ideal for a relaxed dinner with your friends or to serve as part of a buffet if you are throwing a party, or even if you are barbecuing al fresco in the park! Enjoy!

 

Chickpea crêpes with broccoli, Auricchio & shrimps

Chickpea crêpes with broccoli, Auricchio & shrimps

This is a great, creative variation on the more traditional sweet crêpes! The shrimps go well with the broccoli and the Auricchio Provolone crowns this duet with elegance. Very versatile, this dish can be served as an imaginative main course, as a savoury mid-afternoon snack or as part of an appetiser buffet. The crêpe batter itself is also very interesting, since it's partly made of chickpea flour! Try out this unique recipe and have fun tweaking it to your own taste!

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.

Croutons with catalonia, provolone & anchovies

Croutons with Catalonia, Provolone & anchovies

Ever thought about putting greens, anchovies and crusty bread together? Trust us, it tastes great! The special kind of chicory we decided to use, Catalonian chicory, is rich in phosphorous, calcium and vitamin A and is known for supporting the digestive and diuretic functions.

Crunchy potato flan

Crunchy potato flan

Who said mashed potatoes are boring? This recipe will show you how to create an incredibly tasty, original potato flan! Just add a few fine ingredients like nuts, Provolone cheese, spices.. and the magic is done!

Fried artichokes with honey and fine herbs vinegar

Fried artichokes with honey and fine herbs vinegar

Who does not like deep fried food? Most of the time it's just junk food, but there is a healthy way of enjoying it, that is to make it at home, from real natural ingredients, and eat it hot, straight out of the pan! There are several ways of coating vegetables, seafood or whatever else you are planning to deep fry, but we suggest you to simply coat your food with some flour. Enjoy this artichoke delicacy with your family and friends! 

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