Chinese by birth and Japanese by adoption, over time ramen has been enriched with ever new ingredients, enhancing the umami taste of the broth that characterizes the basic recipe. Today it is offered in many different versions, but traditional purists ...Leggi altro
Pastry chefs use it to prepare eye-catching desserts, chefs to enrich mouth-watering pastas and Mediterranean fish-based dishes. We're explaining how to use it in home recipes, taking inspiration from the great classics of Italian cuisine. Before turning on the stove, ...Leggi altro
From Canederli from Trentino to pisarei from Romagna, here is a list of traditional Italian gnocchi to make at home. Better still if made on a Thursday.
Fast, easy, very tasty: pizza scima is the perfect bread product for a last-minute dinner. This is how this Abruzzo specialty was born.
Reconciling sustainability, taste and health is not a mission impossible. This is demonstrated by the free Bolzano University, which has just developed a method for reusing parts of the apples discarded by the confectionery industry. The result? A fortified flour ...Leggi altro
If until now you have used corn flour exclusively for making classic polenta, now is the time to get to expand your knowledge a little. From Mexican tacos to Piedmontese meliga biscuits, up to a crunchy breading for homemade fritters, ...Leggi altro
Can you eat cheese without overdoing the fat intake? A few examples of non-fat cheese, how to choose it and why it's always good to prefer quality products, even when on a diet. As explained by Amaury Jimenez, a young ...Leggi altro
Designed almost a hundred years ago, the famous crock painted with blue floral motifs on a white background contains an equally famous product worldwide, Amarena Fabbri. A ruling of the Shanghai court prohibits counterfeiting, considering "the high reputation of the ...Leggi altro
From French quiche appreciated by royalty, to the Umbrian torta al testo once baked on terracotta plates, here are the most delicious savoury pies you can make.
Today it is famous mainly thanks to Gordon Ramsey, but beef Wellington has much older origins, dating back to the nineteenth century.