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eggplant involtini pasta

Rolled Eggplant Involtini Pasta

Rolled Eggplant Involtini Pasta Rolled eggplant involtini pasta is a classic Sicilian dish. Delicate eggplant slices are filled with spaghetti and tomato sauce and topped with melted cheese. The exposed spaghetti gets crispy in the oven while the inside stays moist with melted cheese. This recipe is tasty, vegetarian and also fun to make. Watch …

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Lemon Cake

Lemon Cake This lemon cake recipe results in a moist, delicious, and delightful treat that will bring joy to your belly and your guests too. The delicate citrus flavour runs throughout this moist cake, and the best part is you can enjoy it for breakfast, afternoon tea or even as a dessert. Watch the Lemon …

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spaghetti with lemon

Spaghetti al Limone

Spaghetti al Limone Take a trip to Sicily or the Amalfi Coast with my Spaghetti al Limone recipe. Bursting with fresh lemon flavor, this simple and beautiful Mediterranean dish is light yet creamy. As usual it’s ALL in the ingredients – source beautiful lemons, it will make a world of difference! Watch the Spaghetti al …

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Italian Frittata

Frittata

How to make Frittata like an Italian This Italian frittata is exactly the way I like to make it. Using fresh, creamy, fluffy eggs which pair well with savoury asparagus, parsley and of course, Pecorino Romano cheese. Watch the Frittata video recipe How To Make FRITTATA Like an Italian The best part about this Italian …

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cacciatore recipe

Chicken Cacciatore

Chicken Cacciatore Recipe
Take a trip to Tuscany with this authentic chicken cacciatore recipe. This classic Tuscan dish is cooked nice and slow, so you’ll have moist chicken at the end that will practically fall off the bone.
It’s covered in a simple yet wholesome tomato sauce made from passata, red wine, vegetables, and fresh herbs. The sauce is so good; you’ll be scooping up any extra with fresh crusty bread and definitely going back for seconds.

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sea and mountains pasta

Sea and Mountains Pasta

Pasta mare e monti, or sea and mountains pasta, brings together the best of two worlds together in one delicious dish. The mushrooms from the mountains pair perfectly with vongole (clams) and king prawns from the ocean. This dish is truly an Italian delight with a delicate white wine sauce and calamarata pasta that fortifies the dish with extra volume!

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pappa al pomodoro

Pappa al Pomodoro

Pappa al Pomodoro is a deliciously thick and hearty bread and tomato soup that will simply warm your soul. The classic dish from Tuscany has soft and flavorful tomato-soaked bread with the delightful fresh taste of basil. Pappa al pomodoro is the ultimate comfort food.

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zucchini flowers

Stuffed Zucchini Flowers

Stuffed Zucchini Flowers are undoubtedly one of the most popular antipasto dishes requested at Italian restaurants, but it might surprise you that they’re not actually hard to make – when they’re in season!
Crispy on the outside, these beautiful morsels are stuffed with a creamy ricotta and lemon filling that will melt in your mouth and make your tastebuds sing for joy!

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Italian tiramisu

Italian Tiramisu

Italian tiramisu is without a doubt one of the most enjoyed Italian desserts across the globe and also happens to be my favourite, I’ve worked hard to perfect the recipe and after many requests, this version is made with pasturised eggs to avoid using them raw. This melt-in-your-mouth, authentic dessert is layered with rich mascarpone cream filling in between two layers of delicate sponge cake-like biscuits coated in Italian coffee…with some added cocoa and your favorite chocolate grated throughout.

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pasta and peas

Pasta & Peas

Pasta & peas, or pasta e piselli, is a traditional Italian dish passed down from Nonna’s (Grandmothers) all over the world. I have taken this authentic dish and made it slightly more Mediterranean with a small twist. Fresh basil has been replaced with mint for a unique flavor – did I defy tradition or improve a classic? You be the judge!.

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