Zeppole are one of the most popular Italian sweet snacks: a delicious bite to taste walking around the downtown of Naples! This recipe is incredibly ancient and comes directly from the Roman Empire cuisine. Here the recipe and the history of these Italian doughnuts!
Shrikhand (also called Srikhand) is the traditional Indian sweet yogurt flavored with Cardamom and Saffron. The origin of Shrikhand is very old probably before the V Century B.C.: a piece of history on your table! This recipe is great al- day-long as a different brunch, a healthy snack, or a delicious after-meal!
The Dulce de Leche is a classic Latin American sweet. The origin of this fluffy and delicious sauce is controversial, and more than a country claims its creation. It is a tasty spread, but also a versatile ingredient for desserts and even ice cream! Here the recipe and the legend of Dulce de Leche.
The Crepes Suzette is one of the most famous French desserts; but actually it is not French! The origin of this deli is Monegasque and in all likelihood result of a mistake: a delicious mistake! Here the recipe and history of Crepe Suzette.
Homemade Limoncello is a recipe very easy to prepare, a must for any Italian festivity! Even if, the traditional method needs a long time for the infusion, scientifically the taste of this delicious Italian after-dinner spirit made with lemons will be perfect in just three days!
We all know what creme brulee tastes like, so why not try it in a different way? To make it more fresh and fragrant, I added papaya pulp. This fruit will make your dessert more exotic and appealing, surprising those who expect the “usual” creme brulee.