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.
With all the running around, worries and excitement about the new house I forgot to post my April article in The American in Italia magazine featuring another of my favorite recipes, Parmesan and asparagus eggs. Please remember that if you don’t have wild asparagus or the season is over, you need to choose fairly thin…… Continue reading asparagus 101
GALANTINA. This is one of those recipes for which I’ll be grateful forever. It’s easy to make, can be prepared in advance, it’s a crowd pleaser and – with the appropriate presentation – it’s actually quite fancy, great for parties and holidays. My mum called this dish galantina, but technically speaking this is a terrine…… Continue reading quick terrine a l’Italienne
Warning: mistreated recipe! If you have any intention of using those chewy curly no-boil lasagna, lumpia/wanton wrappers, manicotti tubes, tortilla, frozen crepes or other horrors please don’t even read this recipe. In fact, you might want to go out for dinner or make mac n’ cheese. Like lasagna, this is a labor-intensive pasta recipe. It’s…… Continue reading meat and spinach cannelloni
Artichoke lovers, you will adore this recipe. Tender boiled artichokes baked in an egg, Parmigiano and milk batter and dotted with mozzarella. Perfect for Spring picnics! This recipe reminds me so much of my mother that I can hardly bring myself to write about it. It brings good, happy memories as this was one of…… Continue reading Baked Artichokes Sformato