Are you looking for ways to use leftover wine? These traditional rustic looking Ciambelline al Vino are the perfect solution! The ingredients include red wine, sambuca, flour, sugar, baking powder, anise seeds and vegetable oil. White wine can also be used to create an Italian wine cookie that has an irresistible crumbly texture. You won’t believe how easy this recipe is!
Sauteing garlic in olive oil is a humble starting point to so many classic Italian dishes. Adding broccoli and cavatelli transforms these simple ingredients into the ultimate Southern Italian comfort food. The combination of crisp-tender broccoli and toothsome cavatelli will leave you wanting more. And as an added bonus, this dish comes together in no time flat!
Rice and ricotta -an Italian dynamic duo in the shape of an Italian Easter pie! The arborio rice is simmered in milk, along with a vanilla bean and lemon zest, before being combined with ricotta and baked to perfection. The aroma is intoxicating! Come take a look at this family recipe for Rice Ricotta Easter Pie.
I think it’s time for another Italian biscotti recipe! This family recipe will provide you with a texture that is slightly spongy on the inside and crispy on the outside. It really doesn’t get any easier than this Authentic Italian Anise Biscotti.
This Easy Pasta and Lentils Recipe is a simple, comforting and wholesome meal. A hearty pasta recipe that is just perfect for meatless Monday.
Zia Michelinas Panettone is a simple, traditional, rustic, Italian Christmas sweet bread. There are no rum-soaked raisins, nor are there any candied fruits. In fact, there is only 3 teaspoons of butter in this family recipe. Curious? Come and take a look!
Would you like an almond-based, dense, nutty, honey-flavored, lightly spiced, dark chocolate coated cookie? If you said yes, these traditional Italian Mostaccioli di Mamma cookies are a must for your Christmas holiday cookie platter.