Polenta baskets with a light mushroom béchamel sauce

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Today’s recipe is inspired by a typical recipe from the mountain villages of Northern Italy. In fact, we are talking about Polenta, an extremely simple dish, yet very tasty. Read More / Continua a Leggere…

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Butternut Squash Whole Wheat Lasagna

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When you think about Italian traditions and our typical Sunday lunch there is a dish that surely will come to your mind: lasagna. Today we are presenting to you a lighter and healthier version, with ground turkey ragu’ , butternut squash and ricotta cheese. All wrapped in soft slices of whole wheat homemade pasta. Read More/Continua a Leggere…

Quinoa Spaghetti with Nerano Zucchini Cream

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The pasta that conquered Totò’s and Eduardo De Filippo’s taste buds!

Today we are presenting a  modern version of a traditional dish from the Italian region Campania, born in the stunning scenario of the Costiera Amalfitana.

The name of this delicious dish comes from Nerano, a small yet charming fisherman village. According to an urban legend, after the second world war, the chef of the famous Ristorante Mariagrazia was forced to create a pasta dish by using the very few ingredients that were available at that time. The result was a simple yet extremely tasty pasta. Nowadays, you can find many different interpretations of this recipe but its peculiarity consists in its creamy texture. It is rumored that Read More / Continua a leggere…

Rolled oats cups with caramelized lemon cream

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Italians love Sundays! And that is because it’s the day that brings together families who enjoy pending quality time over a big traditional Italian lunch. And there is no Italian Sunday lunch that does not end with pastries. We had the idea of this dish thinking about Italian cestini di frutta, a bite-size dessert made of shortbread cups and lemon cream. We revisited this popular sweet in a healthier version, great for afternoon-snacks or breakfast. Read More / Continua a leggere…