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Potato & onion pizza

Potato & onion pizza

The amount of flour is enough for two pizzas 45 by 30cm. For the dough:250g 00 flour250g durum wheat flour (semolina)7g dry beer yeast300/350 ml water at room temperature13g saltSugar, 1 teaspoon35g extra virgin olive oil For the topping:6 medium potatoes1 big...

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Homemade pizza dough

Homemade pizza dough

250g 00 flour250g durum wheat flour (semolina)7g dry beer yeast300/350 ml water at room temperature13g saltsugar, 1 teaspoon35g extra virgin olive oil2h 15' + 15 min cookingEasy4Dissolve the dry yeast in a glass with 100 ml of your room temperature water. Add 1...

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Butternut gnocchi

Butternut gnocchi

500g butternut (skin on)150g 00 flour1 medium egg350g potatoes50g potato starch3g saltnutmegblack pepper40'Medium4Vegetarian, lactose freePre heat the oven to 200°C.In a large pan, boil the potatoes in salted water with the skin on for 30-40 min. They must be soft but...

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Mussels impepata

Mussels impepata

From the Neapolitan tradition, mussels impepata! It can be served both as a tasty appetizer and a delectable second course, during a seafood meal. It's a super easy dish to cook! Before starting I'll give you a couple of tips in case you've never cleaned...

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Creamy Pasta and Chickpeas soup

Creamy Pasta and Chickpeas soup

If there's one thing that I like more than a good plate of pasta is pasta and chickpeas soup. I simply cannot resist to the creaminess and smoothness of this dish! If you want to taste a good one try this recipe, It will be worth it! 500 g dried chickpeas...

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Sicilian Caponata with dark Chocolate

Sicilian Caponata with dark Chocolate

Ladies and gentleman, Her Majesty the Sicilian Caponata. The perfect mix between sweet and sour in this explosion of goodness. And if the dark chocolate sounds weird to you, well... try it and I'm sure you will change your mind! 500 g aubergines 2 red...

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Tiramisù

Tiramisù

Tiramisù is the most popular dessert in Italy. Everyone loves it! Fresh creamy layers of mascarpone covering layers of savoiardi (ladyfingers) soaked in coffee. There are two schools of thought on Tiramisù: some use savoiardi, others use Pavesini biscuits....

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Basic pasta dough

Basic pasta dough

This is a basic pasta dough that you can cut into the desired shape: ravioli, lasagna sheets, maltagliati and many more! I reccomend you to use a 00 soft wheat flour mixed with durum wheat flour (semola) and free-range eggs. 200g 00 soft wheat flour 200g...

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Butternut squash & feta Soup

Butternut squash & feta Soup

A smooth and creamy soup with a scent of Greece and a touch of Umbria. Perfect for the upcoming autumn! 500g butternut squash 200g feta 50g thin slices of "pancetta" bacon 1,5 lt vegetable broth 1 garlic clove 1 onion 1 rosemary sprig salt pepper extra...

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Pork tenderloin medallions

Pork tenderloin medallions

I really love this dish because it was on the menu of my wedding dinner. We had the best party of our life that day at Terre di Fulvio, among our beautiful hills in Umbria! My friend Flavia, the lovely owner of the place, kindly sent me the recipe so today...

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Sicilian bell pepper pesto

Sicilian bell pepper pesto

This delicious Sicilian scented pesto needs no introduction. I found those juicy red bell peppers in Jozi Real Food Market and I gave into temptation! You can use it as a dressing for pasta or as a main ingredient in many other recipes! An example? See my...

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