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How to Make Tiramisu Cake

Tiramisù Cake

How to Make Tiramisù Cake Like a Pastry Chef Tiramisù is a classic Italian dessert with layers of espresso-soaked ladyfingers, mascarpone cream, eggs, and sugar. The dessert originates from Treviso in the mid-19th century, where the original Venetian word Tarmesu translates to “lift me up” (a play on the hit of caffeine from the sweet). …

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Decoding Pasta Sauces

Decoding Pasta Sauces from the Supermarket

Decoding Pasta Sauces from the Supermarket: Your Ultimate Pasta Sauce Buying Guide Let’s embark on a flavorful journey through the world of pasta sauces! Today I’m decoding the most popular pasta sauces that you can get from the supermarket. Which ones are good and which are bad – no sugar coating here. I’m not holding …

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Italian Grilled Zucchini

Italian Grilled Zucchini

ITALIAN GRILLED ZUCCHINI What says summer in Italy like the taste of fresh produce grilled on the barbecue? In this recipe, we take the humble zucchini and give it sensational flavors. Fresh mint, olive oil, balsamic vinegar, the crunch of almonds—this dish has everything you want from a refreshing antipasto or side dish. Watch the …

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Caprese Salad mozzarella basil and tomato sitting on a black plate and wooden board

Caprese Salad

how to make CAPRESE SALAD
Caprese salad, the Italian flag on a plate and one of the top 10 Italian dishes globally – I’m not arguing with that! A caprese salad is made up of the freshest, sweetest tomatoes you can find, aromatic basil and of course, luscious slices of mozzarella cheese all drizzled with the finest extra virgin olive oil. It is sooo simple but there are a few important steps to follow which make ALL the difference when combining these three key ingredients.

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sourdough starter

Sourdough Starter

Sourdough starter recipe requires just a two ingredients and can help you create the most divine sourdough based . It is a live culture of flour and water but most importantly, what it needs is patience.

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chocolate cheesecake recipe

Chocolate Cheesecake Pan di Stelle

CHEESECAKE PAN DI STELLE
Cheesecake made with Pan di Stelle, wonderful cookies I have been eating since I was a little boy. In Italy, the brown bag covered with stelle, or stars, is recognized and loved by everyone. For the bambini, Pan di Stelle cookies means an after school snack with some warm milk. For adults, it means re-living their childhood for brief moment as they dunk their biscotti in their morning caffe latte. This cheesecake version of the beloved snack is perfect for anyone, at any occasion. There is just one problem – you may need to make 2 because there won’t be any left for the next day!

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tiramisu

Authentic Tiramisu

This authentic Tiramisu recipe will get your heart racing and will prove why this dessert is the most universally loved Italian “dolce”! Using biscuits as a light sponge dipped in freshly brewed coffee, mixed with layers of fluffy, sweetened mascarpone, this heavenly creation is finished with cocoa and grated chocolate to literally melt in your mouth..it’s also very simple! Try it during the festive season or for a special occasion and you will be begged to make it over and over…!

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strawberry cheesecake no bake

Strawberry Cheesecake No Bake

STRAWBERRIES CHEESECAKE NO BAKE You won’t be able to resist this delicious no-bake dessert! It’s light and fluffy, with a crumbly chocolate biscuit base mixed with fresh strawberries. The flavours are just like a strawberry milkshake – only with a crunch!

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Easy Tiramisu

Easy Tiramisu with a twist! This is a mouth-watering take on the traditional tiramisu which you can prepare in just 5 minutes and requires no eggs

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italian cheese plate

Italian Cheese Plate

How to Make Italian Cheese Plate Take your next Italian Cheese Plate to an entirely new level with an irresistible selection of italian cheeses, heavenly prosciutto and a few delightful twists. This recipe is all about reinventing the traditional cheese platter just in time for Christmas with a few techniques that will leave your guests …

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