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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 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. 

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

Amarena Amore Mio

Amarena Amore Mio

Simple and fast to prepare, this drink is perfect for a sweet homemade Aperitivo!

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

Asparagus Risotto

Asparagus Risotto

This is a hearty, delicious dish, ideal for when asparagus is in season - more or less from March to June. Part of the Asparagaceae family, asparagus officinalis is native to most of Europe, northern Africa and western Asia and has been considered a delicacy since ancient times. Enjoy its mild, aromatic taste in this delicate, smooth risotto!

Asparagus, courgettes flowers and saffron Risotto

Asparagus, courgettes flowers and saffron Risotto

From March until June, there's a fabulous ingredient that can be used in many recipes, always with stunning results: asparagus! Try it out in this delicious risotto, combined with other extraordinary ingredients: Parmigiano, saffron, champagne and the delicate courgette flowers. Just make sure you wash it well, since the base and the spears can harbour sand and dirt.

Bacon and peas risotto

Bacon and pea risotto

This is a very easy, yet incredibly tasty, risotto recipe. Its ingredients are simple and wholesome, and combined they create a delightful dish: rice, peas, parmesan cheese, bacon.. Yum! Ideal for almost any occasion, from a family reunion, to a romantic dinner, to a friends' get-together.. quick to prepare, gluten-free and flavourful: what else do you need? Have fun cooking it and enjoy it with a nice glass of red wine!

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.

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.

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!

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