An easy risotto recipe, perfect for winter. Carnaroli rice, slowly cooked in vegetable broth, with diced Asiago cheese, grilled radicchio, white wine, butter, Parmesan and parsley.
White fish fillets breaded with herb, parsley and Parmesan breadcrumbs, then baked on a bed of lemon slices. Happy Holidays my friends! I hope you are preparing for days filled with delicious food, family, friends. Above all I wish you a few moments of rest and relaxation in whichever way you like. Christmas is Umbria is quiet…… Continue reading Lemon Baked Fish With Garlic and Parsley Breadcrumbs
Boneless Turkey leg, rolled with guanciale or pancetta, herbs, juniper berries and garlic, and roasted with onions and balsamic. Perfect for a holiday meal! Hello dear friends, how are you? at Alla Madonna del Piatto we are finally at the end of the season and enjoying the first few days of rest and free time…… Continue reading Stuffed Roast Turkey Porchetta Style
Hello my friends how are you? Have you had a lovely summer? While the North of Europe has suffered crazy high temperatures this year, we have had one of the mildest summers in ages. I can’t really say it’s been cool, but it’s been nice enough for us to venture out for wonderful day trips.…… Continue reading Figs and Wine Tiramisù
Served with a slice of crunchy bread, these eggplants alla marinara are perfect for a light, meatless meal. You can also serve them as an appetizer, or cut them into squares and serve for an aperitivo on the terrace to enjoy the long, golden evenings.
Do you also have the feeling that spring is never coming? I start to be spring-obsessed around the first 10 days of March. By then, I am so ready with winter that I can’t take another grey day. Somewhat I forget that we will have to endure at least one more month of bad…… Continue reading Mezzelune pasta filled with “porchetta” pork roast in fennel juniper butter
One of the funniest statements I have heard from a guest in over 15 years of teaching about food and cooking is the following: “I have realized I need to have a relation with a butcher”. And indeed, if you eat high quality meat, you will probably agree that counting on a competent butcher it’s…… Continue reading Umbrian style light pot roast