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Almond muffins in ginger scent

Almond muffins with a ginger note

There’s something magical about warm homemade muffins for breakfast! This particular recipe, which calls for almonds and ginger, will leave a breath-taking aroma in your kitchen. The nutty, sweet taste of almonds, together with the slightly hot and spicy note of the ginger, make a perfect combination. Yum! Enjoy these dainties at breakfast time with a cappuccino or tea, or save it for an afternoon snack. 

Apple and prune crumble

Apple and prune crumble

If you are planning on baking a cake to eat at breakfast or to offer to your friends coming over for dinner, you might want to try out this apple and prune crumble! Very easy to make, with a few high quality ingredients, its outstanding taste and texture will seduce you: the soft sweetness of the fruit and the crunchiness of the almonds in the crumble dough create a unique, balanced combination that your taste buds will appreciate!

Apple and Ricciarelli Crostata

Apple and Ricciarelli Crostata

This is somehow a modern version of the famous, classic apple pie. The crumbled Ricciarelli biscuits at its base give it a delicious almond flavour and a different, captivating texture. Ideal at breakfast time, as a dessert or at tea time, this 'crostata' will satisfy your sweet tooth with its natural delights!

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

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!

Barley salad with tuna and grilled vegetables

Barley salad with tuna and grilled vegetables

Barley is a wonderfully versatile cereal grain with a rich nutty flavour and an appealing chewy, pasta-like consistency. Additionally, barley's claim to nutritional fame is based on it being a very good source of molybdenum, manganese, dietary fibre (roughage), and selenium, as well as of copper, vitamin B1, chromium, phosphorus, magnesium, and niacin. In this recipe, garden meets sea in a wonderful salad combining grain, fish and vegetables, an ideal summer dish for any occasion.  

Bittersweet chocolate panini

Bittersweet chocolate panini

Panettone is the famous brioche-like Italian cake, a treat that was created more than 500 years ago at the Sforza's court in Milan. This superlatively moist and delicious specialty is great eaten just as it is, but it also makes a wonderful basis for many other dishes. For instance, you can try these Panini in the morning for breakfast or during a mid-afternoon break.

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.

Carpaccio trio

Carpaccio trio

This is a simple, yummy way of preparing a light main course or a delicate appetiser with fish. Carpaccio is a way of 'cooking' fish or meat without having to use any heat source. The combination of the carpaccio with the creamy fresh goat cheese provide a delicious, rounded flavour. Best enjoyed on a crouton, on a slice of homemade bread or together with some crudités.

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.

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 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.

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!

 

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