The Sole Meuniere is the French recipe I remember most in my childhood. This simple recipe is a wonderful way to introduce fish into your kid’s diet! Sole Meuniere is also rich in history: its origin is dated at least at the time of King Louis XIV, and likely more ancient! The sole is floured then pan-fried into butter flavored with lemon, then garnished with fresh parsley and pepper: delicious!
Pasta Fazool (called in Naples Pasta e Fasul) is a pillar of the Neapolitan cuisine. This recipe, created to feed the poorest part of the population, is incredibly rich in flavors and history: Its origin is ancient and comes from the Roman Empire, then modified during the centuries with new ingredients imported from Asia and Americas . In Naples, every family has its own recipe, with some changes, and the differences can cause some disputes.! Here the history of Neapolitan Pasta e Fasul, and two different versions: one with Cannellini Beans and fresh tomatoes, another one with brown beans and tomato puree.
The Cotoletta alla Milanese is probably the most popular dish of the Lombard cuisine. A tasty, thick veal chop bone-in breaded and pan-fried! Unfortunately, the popularity of this has been pushed several cheap variations, very far from the original delicious Milanese cutlet. Here the authentic recipe and the history of Cotoletta alla Milanese!
Oven baked Turbot is a very popular recipe into European cuisines, particularly in France, Spain, and Italy. Today I propose you a French variation, seasoned with a delicious Lemon-mustard sauce: healthy and tasty!
The Chianti Superiore is an amazing Italian wine, an excellent classic to pair with cheese, cured meats, and traditional Italian recipes. But, not everyone knows that this wine is also a delicious ingredient for several authentic recipes. Today I’m telling you one of the most popular and tasty Italian recipes made with Chianti: the braised beef stew!
Chicken Provencal is a French recipe perfect for the summer thanks to the fresh notes given from the herbs and fresh tomatoes. The chicken is reduced into pieces, then pan-fried and slow cooked along with shallots, black olives, bell peppers, and tomato pulp. Served just cooked is delicious, but reheated the day after it is even better!
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!
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!
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!
These beer braised sausages are so good and extra juicy, and absolutely easy to make! The only things you need are your preferred sausages and beer, and a probe thermometer. The sausages are slowly baked, then re-hydrated into a beer infusion. Simple and tasty!