Braciole recipe Neapolitan-style is a dish that ran the history of the Southern-Italian cuisine! The ingredients of this delicious rolled meat come from the Ancient Greece, via the discovering of America and the French domination of the territory around Naples. The meat is filled with cured prosciutto, raisins, pine nuts, and cheese, then seared and slow cooked in a tasty tomatoes sauce. To complete the recipe as the tradition requires, toss the pasta with the sauce and serve it as first course. The meat will be a fantastic second course, a complete meal to depict an authentic feast Italian-style!
Pan roasted rabbit is a great Easter recipe. The rabbit is quickly seared until crispy, then braised slowly with white wine, shallots and green olives. This pan roasted rabbit is very good just cooked, but even more delicious re-hated the day after. For this reason this is a perfect dish to prepare in advance!
Slow cooked eye of round steaks cooked with pizzaiola sauce are a classic Italian. The meat is very tender and the taste of dried oregano mark out the tomato sauce. As many of the traditional Italian stews, On Sunday feasts is usual prepare pasta tossed with the meat sauce.
The pastry cream recipe is one of the most popular basic preparations of the European bakery. This simple and ingenious custard is perfect to fill cream puffs and cakes, but is also excellent on its own, served with a sprinkle of cocoa powder or fruits!
The cipollini onions braised in red wine is a classic recipe combined with strew, steaks or eggs recipes. I love prepare them for family feasts, everytime the cipollini are a success! To prepare the cipollini onions brased, I suggest to make a wine reduction before starting, the wine sauce will be more tasty and flavourful!