Stuffed Roast Turkey Porchetta Style

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 after a very busy fall. It was so busy we … Continue reading Stuffed Roast Turkey Porchetta Style

cappelletti pasta made with an ancient grain

I have been keeping this post for one of those rare days when I have enough time in my hands. I wanted quiet and concentration to explain in sufficient detail what might be one of the best pasta recipes in the world. To tell you that cappelletti, the Umbrian diminuitive version of tortellini, is pasta Nirvana. Well. We are snowed in. We have no car … Continue reading cappelletti pasta made with an ancient grain

quick terrine a l’Italienne

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 . A galantine is made by stuffing de-boned fowl with … Continue reading quick terrine a l’Italienne