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Our increasing passion towards rice varieties and risotto is filling us with energies and initiatives. As part of the Riso e Risotti campaign we are inviting local chefs to submit to us their innovative recipes using the Carnaroli and Vialone nano rice varieties. We are curious to discover their creation of scrumptious risotto recipes, their […]

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Our increasing passion towards rice varieties and risotto is filling us with energies and initiatives. As part of the Riso e Risotti campaign we are inviting local chefs to submit to us their innovative recipes using the Carnaroli and Vialone nano rice varieties. We are curious to discover their creation of scrumptious risotto recipes, their […]

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Pea fritters

Have you got the basic ingredients? Milk, flour, eggs, parmesan? Any frozen peas? If you found everything then try out this super-easy recipe: Pea fritters Ingredients for 4 persons: 350g frozen peas 100ml milk 40g flour 2 eggs 40g grated parmsean extra virgin olive oil salt & pepper Blanch the peas for 5 minutes in […]

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Pizzette with pastry

A quick one to entertain guests, an ideal party item or an easy bite. Instead of using the traditional pizza dough I substituted this with ready to use shortcrust pastry. Pizzette with bacon and courgettes Ingredients for 4 persons: 1 packet ready to use shortcrust pastry (250g) 200g small courgettes 100g bacon, thinly sliced 60g […]

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Green legumes

Broad beans are healthy, low in calories, and in abundance at the moment. At our home, we invest in seasonal ingredients. Therefore, at this time of year, we usually end up with a broad bean overdose – an overdose of protein and carbohydrates, vitamins A, B1 and B2. Broad beans can be cooked in a […]

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My greatest fear is monotony; that is why I find myself well-off in the kitchen.  It is the place where my creativity is free to explore the endless combination of ingredients. Recipes available in books, magazines and on the net are my daily inspiration. In addition, lately I have realised, that a fresh pair of eyes […]

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Globe artichokes

At the moment artichokes are in full season and relatively cheap. We bought 4 lovely artichokes for just €1! Artichokes come in a variety. The most commonly found are the classic green globe artichokes which are quite meaty and the oblong Italian bred artichokes which are purplish and have a tender heart. For this recipe […]

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I feel an adrenalin rush as soon as I manage to get hold of some high quality, original type of pasta. When I got acquainted with the Paccheri type in one Neapolitan restaurant I realised that this pasta could be an inspiration for culinary creativity. This short, tube-like pasta has two versions: lisce (smooth) or rigate (ridged) – […]

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Rosemary pesto

Following the request received for the recipe of the rosemary pesto here it is for all you readers to try it out! Ingredients for 4/6 portions of pasta: 4 sprigs fresh rosemary 100g pine nuts 1 small garlic clove 8 tblsp grated parmesan extra virgin olive oil salt & pepper In a mixing bowl put the rosemary leaves, garlic, […]

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Home-made bread

Bread with speck, fontina cheese & pistachios Prepare 1kg of bread dough – my method is as follows: 1kg flour (i use farina di grano duro) 2 sachets instant yeast 2 tsp sugar 2 tsp salt 400ml tiepid water Blend ingredients all together in the mixer however add water little at a time until the mixture turns […]

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