A quick dinner to make for a group of people and it’s vegetarian too! We learnt the benefits of adding…
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Use that carton of lamb’s lettuce that you buy in the supermarket and forget about by turning it into pesto! Adapt this recipe easily using baby spinach or rocket leaves instead of the lettuce and basil instead of the mint. We’ve used walnuts because we had them but you can try cashew nuts, pine nuts or almonds!
Telegraph food writer and James Beard award-winning cookbook author Diana Henry has published her new cookbook How to Eat a Peach celebrating menus, stories and places. ‘Tender little dumplings, as fragile as a pasta filling, which is how they got their name: gnudi is Tuscan dialect for ‘naked’ (and Michelangelo’s paintings of nude figures in the Sistine Chapel were referred to as ignudi)’, says Diana.
Called Petti Farciti al Mascarpone in the original Italian, this dish is from Recipes from an Italian Butcher, the new book from The Silver Spoon Kitchen published by Phaidon. It’s packed with 150 genuine straightforward recipes, most published for the first time in English. It explains the different cuts, cooking methods, and techniques unique to each meat type along with side dishes that best complement them.
Zabaglione is a creamy rich Italian dessert made from egg yolks which are whipped until they are so pale that…
The simplest pasta dishes are the most rewarding to cook and eat. This is definitely one of them.
You will find tins of little Pachino tomatoes in any good Italian delicatessen. They take little or no cooking and when you cook them with anchovies which melt easily to make a sauce you have a meal in minutes.
Simple soups make easy starters and quick lunches. This also makes a quick and easy meal if you serve it with bread and a green salad. It’s what they call a hearty soup!
Adapted from Antonio and Priscilla Carluccio’s Complete Italian Food. They suggest that you eat this Sicilian vegetable stew cold as an antipasto or warm tossed through pasta or served with roast meat or chicken. We’ve included a recipe for Caponata Bruschetta.