Pasta alla Norma is a classic pasta originating from the Sicilian city of Catania. A recipe simple in ingredients, eggplants, tomatoes, basil, garlic and Ricotta Salata, but so tasty and rich in history. The eggplants are deep fried, then tossed into a fresh tomato sauce along with the pasta and cheese. Here the recipe and legend of Pasta alla Norma!
In the recent years In Italy, the Rosato wine has been the catalyst for an authentic revolution into the wine industry. The popularity of Rosato wine gets more and more every year, and suggest new pairings with typical or experimental Italian recipes. Today, I suggest you an amazing match between a Tuscan Rosato wine, the Santa Cristina Cipresseto, and a tasty variation of the Florentine meatballs with spinach and Ricotta cheese!
Arrabbiata sauce is one of the most popular Italian recipes, in Italy as well as abroad. The dish is very simple and tasty, but I can bet the Ada Boni version is little know also at the majority of Italians. As the traditional Arrabbiata pasta is vegan, this historical version of Arrabbiata is for meat lovers. Diced prosciutto and tomato sauce match tastefully with the fresh taste of raw chili peppers. Abundant Pecorino cheese complete this Arrabbiata: a must to try!
Aloo gobi is true Indian comfort food. This recipe is a classic of the Northern regions of the Subcontinent, particularly the Punjab, but it is also prevalent in Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh. The potatoes and cauliflower florets are previously fried, then combined with a flavorful mix of spices and vegetables: delicious!
The fresh fava bean soup is present into several Italian regional cuisines. This peasant dish has been incredibly convenient and tasty, and was representing the symbol of the arrival of the warm season. Here the Neapolitan variation with this delicious bean, Italian Pancetta, and fresh herbs!
These Chinese glazed chicken steaks are easy to prepare and so tasty! The meat is dry-brined with a spice mixture, then quickly seared and enriched with a sweet and sour glaze. Delicious!
This baked tomatoes gratin recipe is a classic Italian delish, and a fun way to feed your kids with healthy ingredients! By now, this dish is typical in all the Italian regions but mainly traditional in Southern Italy. The filling may vary depending on the local cuisines and family traditions: today, I prepared an Apulian variation of baked tomatoes, but as usual, follow your taste and make your own stuffing!
The Italian pork shoulder stew is a classic Italian Spezzatino (diced and slow cooked meat). This tasty recipe requires a several-hours-cooking but it’s pretty easy to make. The potatoes and peas pair perfectly with the pork, and form a whole meal in a single dish! In this case, I used the pork shoulder, but you can prefer your favorite meat: in Italy, it is very common make stews using beef or lamb, or mixing different types of meats. The stew will be delicious just cooked, but even better one or two days after!
The mozzarella and eggplant sauce pasta is a delicious Italian recipe made with traditional ingredients. The mozzarella is reduced into a creamy dip, then blended with a healthy baked eggplant sauce: delicious! This sauce is also great to season a tasty pasta salad: perfect for your lunchbox!
Aguachile is an ancient Mexican marinating technique for fish and seafood. This salad enhances incredibly the taste of the seafood, particularly the shrimp. The best way to serve Shrimp Aguacile is over Tostadas along with mashed avocados: spicy, fresh and tasty!