Thanks Elena for this healthy and taste recipe….. and for your wonderful pictures!
If you don’t find lentil pasta, don’t worry! We made this dish with durum wheat pasta, the result is perfect!
This quick recipe is for those who think that it takes a long time to make Italian dishes!
You will be able to prepare the seasoning while you are waiting for the water to boil.
You need only 3 ingredients to make the quick, easy and delicious recipe of the week. Eggs with onions is a peasant dish, very popular in Southern Italy, especially in Apulia (Puglia).
Burrata is a delicious fresh Italian cheese composed by mixing mozzarella and cream.
The outer layer is a thin and firm shell of mozzarella, on the other hand the inside is a doughy and tender mixture, called stracciatella, made with fresh cream and mozzarella’s snippets. This cheese was created in the Southern regions of Italy, known for farming and agriculture.
Now the burrata is easily sourced in many cities outside Italy; in Copenhagen you will find it at Eataly store or made by La treccia.
Christmas is approaching and if you’ve already prepared all our previous recipes for your Christmas lunch (or Christmas Eve dinner), you could be tired of cooking.
But I’m sorry to say that you still have to prepare a Christmas cake. 😉
Given that there is little time left, we suggest you to prepare this Christmas roll. It will take no more than 45 minutes to prepare it, and you’ll end your Christmas lunch in style.
These amazing pictures?? Of course by Giulia Bellini-photo!!
Are you looking for an idea to spend some fun time with your kids? Make together this delicious, easy and quick chocolate cake that looks like a salami .
This week’s recipe comes from the city where my daughter was born in, the beautiful city of Mantova. I prepare this tart very often, being related to many fond memories and even because it is very simple and genuine.
The name “Sbrisolona” comes from the local dialect and it means crumbly.
According to the local tradition, this tart is served by breaking it into pieces, together with a cup of coffee or dipped into a sweet dessert wine.
There are many versions of the Sbrisolona but the following recipe is the original, the one I brought with me from Mantova, already 11 years ago.