This recipe for these Easy Oregano Orange Marinated Olives is sure to be a hit at your next cocktail party. Olive oil is gently heated and lightly scented with oregano and orange zest before being added to the olives. You will create an easy to make party finger food to serve your guests. These marinated olives also make the perfect addition to any cheese platter.
This gluten-free savory Asparagus Ricotta Tart has a smooth ricotta filling & is topped with sauteed asparagus & cheesy mozzarella. You’ll be amazed at how crispy this cornmeal crust tart becomes once it is baked. This will quickly become one of your best recipes for party appetizers… your guests are going to love it!
A rich and thick lightly scented lemon infused pastry cream recipe made with eggs, milk, sugar, cornstarch, butter and a pinch of salt. This gluten free pastry cream is referred to as crema pasticcera in Italian and is an essential component in so many Italian desserts. Follow the tips included to make the best ever pastry cream!
Are you looking for ways to use leftover wine? This recipe for traditional rustic looking Ciambelline al Vino is 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 Italian wine cookies with 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 & cavatelli transforms these simple ingredients into the ultimate Southern Italian comfort food. This recipe combines crisp-tender broccoli & toothsome cavatelli -it’s quick to make & will leave you wanting more.
Crescia al Formaggio is a traditional Italian Easter bread which is savory and flavorful. This airy and light yeast bread is made with a combination of cheeses and eggs. Your whole kitchen will smell amazing as this Easter bread is baking in the oven.
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.