Sometimes a rich buttery dish with a strong Italian influence is all you need. This time, let’s unite tender chicken breast and pasta on your plate, sprinkled with a creamy gorgonzola and parmesan sauce. As for the choice of pasta, don’t take it too seriously. Any will do.
Originally, the muffuletta sandwich (named from the bread) sprang up in Sicily, only to cross the ocean later. We show you how to put together your own. Instead of sesame bread, we used a whole wheat one. First, it can be no muffuletta without mortadella, olive oil, and cheese. Pair these with baked veggies, flavor with basil and spice it with salsa.
Don’t be deterred by the apparently long cooking time, here. It’s actually 20 minutes preparation and 4 hours refrigeration. So, it’s easy but be patient. This is Italian, but still, it is low-carb stuff. Make your gnocchi from organic mozzarella and eggs. Also, make your own pesto sauce. It’s easy as pie and you even add your own touch to it.
Although there is a strong connection of this incredible dessert with Italy, it is also popular in Portugal and Romania. So, we let you give the verdict as regards to its origins. Use the bain-marie technique to melt together dark chocolate, butter, and heavy cream. Toss ginger cookies, candied orange, and almonds and get an incredible texture of mixed crunchy, slightly chewy and fluffy. The mother of all chocolate salamis!