Spaghetti with carbonara sauce is a classic and easy Italian dish, made by coating pasta in a creamy sauce of eggs, cheese, cured pork, and black pepper. Carbonara served with a few slices of truffle appears regularly in the menus of Umbrian restaurants and will make you feel like you are on vacation in our beautiful region. Learn how to combine the right ingredients for a carbonara sauce with a silky texture, and avoid to accidentally scrambling the eggs in the process.
These delicate, paper thin pancakes are filled with asparagus, ricotta and prosciutto which you can substitute with smoked cheese for a vegetarian version. You can also make them gluten free using your favorite GF flour mix. In Italy crepes are named crespelle and are generally served serve them with a savory filling as a delicious treats for brunch, lunch or a light dinner. Make them ahead and refrigerate in the baking dish until needed. They only need 20 min in the oven.
Bring your fruitcake and biscotti to the next level with this simple recipe for candied citron. Homemade candied fruit is vastly superior to store bought one and, as an added bonus, you can use organic citrus and avoid artificial additives.
This quintessential Italian braised pork loin (maiale al latte) will become one of your go-to recipes for a dinner party. Cooked in a mixture of wine, herbs and milk is light and creamy at the same time, a perfect combination!
Have you ever wondered what do with leftover cereal? Make these super easy, delightful, light cookies, good for the Holidays and at any other time of the year.