Recipes (english)

Italian Recipes

Italian food consists not only of pizza and pasta, but each region of Italy offers a varied cuisine, with fish, seafood, meat and poultry. Fresh vegetables, salads and herbs make wonderful side dishes and salads. From the region of Bologna come many hearty dishes "alla bolognese". In the Florentine region, however, light Mediterranean food is preferred. Piedmont recipes are partly influenced by the neighbouring countries Switzerland and France. In the Emilia-Romagna region, very nutritious dishes are preferred. Italy is of course also famous for its wines and everyone enjoys an espresso or homemade Italian ice cream after a meal.

Acquacotta with tomato soup
Acquacotta with tomato soup is a typical mushroom soup from Tuscany. Clean mushrooms. ...
Almond cream / Crema di Mandorle
Almond cream / Crema di Mandorle is an Italian dessert, which tastes particularly aromatic due to homemade brittle. In a coated frying pan, let out the butter, add the sugar and heat with a wooden spoon while stirring until the sugar has melted and browned slightly. ...
Amaretti biscuits
Amaretti biscuits are Italian almond biscuits which can be served with desserts such as tiramisu and ice cream, espresso, latte macchiato or amaretto. The large quantity of 150 pieces is due to the fact that the Amaretti biscuits are very small. ...
antipasti
Antipasti can be served either as a starter, or with fresh ciabatta as a small snack with a glass of wine. Antipasti can also be prepared well in larger quantities, as it tastes best if you leave it in the fridge overnight. ...
Antipasti mushrooms
Antipasti mushrooms are easy to prepare. Quarter the mushrooms. ...
Antipasti plate
Antipasti plate For the antipasti plate, first cut off a lid from the tomatoes. Remove cores. ...
Antipasti Roast Beef Rolls
Antipasti Roast Beef Rolls are served with homemade pesto. For the pesto first roast the pine nuts in a pan stirring until they start to smell. ...
Antipasti with fresh cheese
Antipasti with fresh cheese taste piquant and can be served as a small starter or snack with a glass of red wine and fresh ciabatta. Stir the fresh cheese with the sour cream until creamy and season with white pepper and salt. ...
Antipasti with ham
Antipasti with ham goes very well with fresh ciabatta and wine. Cut Coppa ham into thin slices, fold twice, turn into roses and place on small antipasti plates. ...

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