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Polenta With Sausage Ragù Recipe

Polenta With Sausage Ragù

Polenta (Cornmeal) requires time and love, like all those traditional dishes, tasty and hearty. Polenta with Sausage cooked in tomato sauce (Ragù) is a poor dish typical of the Italian culinary tradition, prepared and enjoyed especially in the cold Winter months, a combination of authentic flavors that will delight even the most demanding palates. The

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Sicilian Cassata Recipe

Sicilian Cassata

Cassata is one of the symbols of Sicilian pastry, together with Cannoli, and one of the most popular and well-known desserts in the World. It is a rich, irresistible sweet that tells centuries of history. The first version of Sicilian Cassata is baked, with a pastry enriched with sweetened ricotta. The present day version, with a

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Neapolitan Ragù Sauce Recipe

Neapolitan Ragù Sauce

For a Neapolitan, the Ragù (‘O rraù in Neapolitan language) is a sacred thing on Sunday. It is an ancient rite, a unique dish of exquisite goodness that conquered even the heart of a ruthless enemy of all, whose legend presents itself as a miracle. The Ragù in Naples is truly a sacred ritual, an

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Italian Wedding Soup Recipe

Wedding Soup

The Italian Wedding Soup or Italian Married Soup  (Minestra Maritata – ‘A Menesta’ Mmaretata in Neapolitan) is one of the oldest recipes of Naples imported by the Spanish around 1300, in fact in Spain there is a traditional recipe, the “Olla Potrida”, which has all the ingredients of the Neapolitan soup. It is eaten especially

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Penne All'Arrabbiata Recipe

Penne All’Arrabbiata

Penne all’Arrabbiata can be considered a “great classic” to offer on the table, suitable for every season and occasion: from a quick family lunch to a convivial dinner with a group of friends. A few simple steps for an easy recipe, a pleasantly spicy flavor with guaranteed success. The origin is popular: the Penne or

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Caponata Recipe

Caponata

The Caponata (Capunata in Sicilian) is a typical dish of Sicilian Cuisine. It is a set of fried vegetables (mostly eggplants), seasoned with tomato sauce, celery, onion, olives and capers, in sweet and sour sauce. There are many variations, depending on the ingredients. The Caponata, widespread throughout the Mediterranean Sea, is generally used today as

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Neapolitan Pizza Recipe

Neapolitan Pizza

The history of Pizza is long, complex and uncertain. The Pizza Marinara (topped only with tomato sauce, garlic and oregano) dates back to 1734, while the Pizza Margherita dates back to 1796-1810 years. In June 1889, to pay homage to Queen of Italy Margherita di Savoia, chef Raffaele Esposito prepared the “Pizza Margherita”, a pizza

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Ricotta and Pear Cake Recipe

Ricotta and Pears Cake

The Ricotta and Pears Cake (Torta Ricotta e Pere) is a cold cake whose original recipe dates back to the skilled hands of the Italian Pastry chef Sal De Riso, who made this dessert almost an emblem of the beautiful Amalfi Coast, where he was from. The cake is prepared with two layers of hazelnut biscuit

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Italian Meatloaf Recipe

Grandmother’s Meatloaf

Meatloaf (Polpettone) is one of the great classics of Italian Cuisine. There are many variations based on chicken or beef and with the addition of ingredients such as vegetables or mozzarella cheese. Here we propose a Grandmother’s Meatloaf in tomato sauce, with boiled eggs, smoked cheese and ham. The recipe is a bit long but

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Authentic Pasta and Beans Recipe

Pasta and Beans

The recipe of Pasta and Beans (Pasta e Fagioli) is a classic of Italian cuisine, a first course with an unmistakable flavor that has its roots in rural tradition. A poor and cheap dish, therefore, but always extremely tasty and genuine. A timeless Italian-style comfort food that warms the heart and brings everyone together thanks to

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