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Moving the tastes of a traditional recipe to another dish reinterpreting them is a winning strategy. As it is for the risotto Acquerello - Carnaroli Rice with the aubergines parmigiana flavours, where the tomato sauce turns into confit Pachino cherry tomatoes, the aubergines are smoked and then cooked quickly in a pan with a little drizzle of evo oil. The fiordilatte mozzarella (or buffalo mozzarella if you prefer) is blended adding a little of milk becoming a cream used at the end to cream the risotto, while for the –basil a simple emulsion by blanching it, then in water and ice and finally blending it with evo oil and a little water.
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The particular geological composition is what defines the uniqueness of the Liguria territory. The marked contest between coast and mountains not only creates suggestive landscapes but unrepeatable opportunities concerning the wine and food production. Pasta Liguria benefits exactly from these natural characteristics to propose high quality products endowed with a strong territory connotation. Starting from water, whose importance is often underrated in pasta production but is actually fundamental, which comes from the spring of the Natural Park of Antola, with a protected area of more than 4000 hectares and so able to offer pure and uncontaminated spring water. Only Italian durum wheat, slow drying, bronze wire drawing (that is to say the key elements of a craft pasta), together with skills and territory knowledge give as a result typical high quality regional pasta (as the Trenette pasta di grano duro da agricoltura biologica - Pasta di Liguria), with which you can exalt at their best Ligurian recipes and many others!
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Today here’s a simple and tasty first course with Ligurian influences, from the moment that a short pasta fits better to this recipe we have chosen the maccheroni Mancini. For a creamy and velvety pesto based sauce only three ingredients are needed: Pesto alla genovese - Pexto, a soft paste fresh cheese (caprino, ricotta# or maybe philadelphia) and last the binding key, that is to say the pasta cooking water. Add it gradually to the pesto alls genovese and fresh cheese mixture, mixing until obtaining an homogeneous mixture endowed with the right consistency. For an original Liguria taste touch add the taggiasche olives, finally amalgamate the pasta in the sauce.
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The Pomodorino del Piennolo del Vesuvio DOP bunches by Masseria dello Sbirro seem to be made up for being a Christmas decoration, don’t they? Directly from the Vesuvio Volcano slopes, they’re a unique product throughout the world, due to its thick skin that prolongs the conservation up tp six months from the harvest. Despite the skin with the passing of time could seem to dry out, the taste gradually acquires more intensity and sweetness. These are peculiarities due to the volcanic origin ground, that has facilitated the development in this direction, as a consequence making the cultivation a low impact one, for the low water needed. The Pomodorino del Piennolo del Vesuvio DOP don’t have to be eaten raw in a salad, but seared and then put in first courses, in a pizza or in some recipes that stimulates its versatility.
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From the moment that the season is coming up, it time for us to open the fresh truffle sale. Tartufi Dominici is a company specialized in the cultivation od truffles placed in the middle of the Umbria country, where the same species of plants and truffle species that you find in the near woods are grown. The ensemble of many factors (height, water availability, ground etc), gives as a result a work where man try to reproduce what nature has always been doing: giving us that unique delicacy called truffle. Fresh Uncinato Truffle - Dominici Truffles is the Ideal for risotto, tagliatelle, eggs and other traditional recipes.
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1867, it is the date the attested by a certificate in the chamber of commerce which marks the beginning of the activity as artisanal pasta producers by the Masciarelli family. A company that has been expanding with the passing of time, still maintaining the artisanal character that stood it out at the birth, testified by the irregular shape of Pastificio Masciarelli products. The choice of fine local durum wheats, the use of water coming from the near Majella Natural Park, the bronze drawing and the slow drying at 40 degrees are at the base of the excellence of this product. These are processes and attentions which are fundamental to maintain the taste, the consistency and the organoleptic qualities intact. The goodness of the product has been rewarded in 2013 by Gambero Rosso, with the award as pasta with the best quality/price ratio. In the picture Fusilli Masciarelli with Ricotta di Bufala (Buffalo Ricotta) - Caseificio Artigianale Esposito, Pachino Cherry Tomatoes and Pistacchi di Sicilia crudi e sgusciati - Azienda Agricola Fastuchera.
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When we're talking about traditional Apulian pasta, Dibenedetto company is a guarantee of quality. The headquarters are set in the famous village of Altamura, in the province of Bari, a locality that is besides the seat of the"Wheat Exchange", a source raw material and knowledges Didenedetto is constantly in touch with in order to offer the best possible product. The pasta is made up of selected local durum wheats, followed by artisanal processings (dough, filling and drying) slow and low aggressive at environment temperatures, in order to preserve the nutritional and taste qualities. Recipe: Orecchiette with turnip tops Ingredients (for 4 people) 2 kg of Cime di Rapa Pugliesi, 400g Orecchiette di Bari Dibenedetto, Pachino Cherry Tomatoes, Extra anchovy fillets in oil Extra virgin olive oil - Mare Puro, salt, extra virgin olive oil, garlic and chili. Preparation Cook the turnips for a few minutes in boiling salted water and add the orecchiette to complete the cooking. In a saute pan with oil, garlic, anchovies, tomatoes and chili. Pour the pasta Dibenedetto with turnips, blow up and serve.
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In Italy there are many pasta producers, but Pasta Bossolasco distinguish itself from almost all the others. The company its unicity resides in the forward looking choice of starting from the cultivation of own wheat, and following the entire process until the packaging. This allows the producer to not only to realize an high quality pasta, selecting the most adapt and genuine qualities of wheat, but also a total transparency towards the customers, making them aware of the product they’re buying. Today we’re giving you a simple, classic recipe appreciated for its taste all around the world: the spaghetti with clams. Ingredients: Spaghetti - Pasta Bossolasco, clams, white wine, Organic extra virgin olive oil - Adamo, Red Garlic from Nubia, parsley, Coarse sea salt of Trapani Clean the clams putting them in a bowl full of water for almost an hour. In a large pan put a garlic clove and a drizzle of EVO oil, stir fry, and add the clams, a while later add 1\4 glass of white and make the alcoholic part evaporate. As soon as the clams will open turn down the gas and shell them (leave some in their shells for esthetic if you want to). Cook the spaghetti in boiling salted water for 2 minutes less than it is written on the box. Finish the cooking of the spaghetti in the pan used before with the water released by the clams, in the end add the chopped parsley and amalgamate for the last time.
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If you want to add a touch of mediterreanity to you recipe, capers are certainly an excellent choice. We have selected for our customers the best caper variety of the world: the Pantelleria Caper. The Capers in SALT - Az. Agricola Biologica Adamo comes directly from the Pantelleria Island where, thanks to the volcanic ground and the dry weather, they developed first spontaneously and then they were started to be cultivated. Preserved naturally under salt, before the use wash them under current water for 5 minutes.
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Today we're introducing you a recipe that can't be missed in a Southern Italy table, we're talking about the "Parmigiana di melanzane". Its origin dates back to the XV century when the Arabians brought the aubergines from India to Sicily, the recipe initially it's likely to have taken inspiration from the similar Turkish dish moussaka and it has evolved Without wasting further time, here's our version of this recipe. Ingredients: Purple Aubergines, Tomato purré - Masseria Dauna, Smoked Scamorza - Caseificio Voglia di Latte, Parmigiano Reggiano DOP, basil, Red garlic from Nubia, Organic extra virgin olive oil - Adamo, frying oil. First of all cut the aubergines into slices and put them under a weight for some hours to drain the water (do during the frying they won't absorb the oil). Fry the aubergines in seeds oil until golden, meanwhile in a pan put a drizzle of evo oil and a garlic clove (that will be removed at the end) with the tomato sauce cooking for a few minutes adding some leaves of fresh basil. Take an high baking tray and so put some tomato sauce at the bottom, then some slices of fried aubergines, cover with the sauce, some slices of smoked scamorza and grated parmesan making two more identical layers. Cook it in the oven for 45 minutes at 180°, it will keep good for the next days too.
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As we've just told you about our Christmas products and special Christmas boxes, so we're giving you one of the most famous and typical Italian Christmas recipes: the cotechino with lentils. In this case we're using the Musetto - Salumificio Lovison, which is a very special kind of cotechino famous among all the Italian gastronomy passionates and chefs. Many things makes this product different from the average cotechino, from the meat which come from 100% Friulian porks bred without GMO animal feeds , to the part of the pork used (cheeks, throat, shin and rind) and the secret mixture of spices which make it both tasty and delicate. Ingredients: Musetto - Salumificio Lovison, Black lentils Sicily - Azienda Agricola Agrirape, onion, carrot, celery, vegetable broth, Organic extra virgin olive oil - Adamo, bay leaf, salt, pepper. First, starting from cold water, make the musetto boiling for 3 hours. Meanwhile chop the onion, carrot and celery, put them in a wide frying pan with some evo oil and make them stir fry adding the lentils, covering all with vegetable broth and make it cook for 1 hour and a half adding a bay leaf. When the lentils will be ready season with salt and pepper, cut the musetto into slices and put them in the pan with the lentils.
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This is probably the best period for a dish of tagliatelle with mushrooms, isn't it? So, if you want to make you recipe really unforgettable we suggest you to use Tagliatelle (egg pasta)- Caponi, an excellence among the artisanal Italian egg pasta. Indeed what makes this company products unique are the 24 yolks used per kg of flour, taking this pasta to another level. Ingredients: Tagliatelle (egg pasta)- Caponi, porcini mushrooms, Butter - Az. Agricola Frascio, Olio Extravergine di Oliva Garda Bresciano DOP BIOLOGICO - Podere dei Folli, Red garlic from Nubia, parsley, Coarse sea salt of Trapani, black pepper. Recipe: Cook the pasta in boiling salted water for 2/3 minutes. Meanwhile stir fry the mushrooms in a a pan with a garlic clove and EVO oil adding chopped parsley at the end seasoning with salt and black pepper Drain the tagliatelle, put them with the mushrooms and amalgamate them with some butter with truffle.
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When you're walking along the streets or in a park at the end of October you will find yourself immersed in a yellow, orange and brownish landscape due to the fallen leaves. These colors reminds us that Autumn is the best season for the Mantua Pumpkin (Zucca Mantovana), which is unquestionably the Italian best one. Its origins in Italy dates back to many centuries ago, when it was imported from Asia and the New World. Usually pumpkin is well known for the outstanding tortelli stuffing, but today we're giving you a different recipe: Mezze maniche cacio e pepe with pumpkin cream and crispy ossocollo. Ingredienti: Mezze maniche Mancini, Mantua Pumpkin (Zucca Mantovana), Ossocollo ( Capocollo ) - Salumificio Lovison, Aloise - Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Apulia Agriè, Pecorino Sardo con caglio vegetale - Dolce di cardo stagionato 6 mesi - Azienda Agricola Mureddu Aru, Coarse sea salt of Trapani, black pepper. First cut the pumpkin into pieces and put it into the oven for 20 minutes. When its pulp will be soft remove it from the skin and put it into a mixer adjusting with salt and evo oil. Put the mezze maniche into salted boiling water for half the time it is written on the box. Meanwhile cut the ossocollo into small pieces and cook until crispy in a frying pan with a little evo oil. When the pasta will be a half of its cooking time drain it preserving the pasta water, so finish the cooking in a pan where before it was toasted some black pepper adding gradually the pasta water. When it will be ready turn the fire off and mantecate with the grated pecorino and some black pepper. Take a soup plate, put the pumpkin cream at the bottom, so the pasta and finally the crispy ossocollo with a last dust of black pepper.
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Every country has its own traditional Sunday lunch. Italy has a so much various and different culinary histories and origin, today we're giving you the Sicily traditional Sunday lunch recipe: Anellini alla 'Ncasciata, a dish whose origin dates back to the Arabian reign in Sicily during the IX century. Ingredients: Anellini - Pastificio Campo, Tomato purré - Masseria Dauna, Minced Fassona beef from Piedmont - Macelleria Mastra Alebardi, aubergines, Parmigiano Reggiano DOP, Red garlic from Nubia, Red onion Tropea / Montoro Onions (second season), Organic extra virgin olive oil - Adamo, Raw Sea Salt Picked by Shoulder - Cuordisale - Salinagrande, black pepper. First cook the anellini in salted boiling water for 3 minutes less than how is written on the box. Then make brownish a clove of garlic and some minced onion with some Evo oil, so add the tomato sauce and make it cook for 2\3 minutes. Make some meatballs with the minced meat adding salt, pepper, parsley and fry them. Cut the aubergines in wedges and fry them too. Put all the ingredients together in a baking tray amalgamating them and add on the top grated parmesan and grated bread to obtain a great gratinèed crust. Finally put in the oven at 180 degree for 30 minutes and serve them hot.
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The orecchiette are the Apulia pasta par excellence, and who could be a better orecchiette producer than Benedetto Cavalieri? In fact not only Cavalieri is a high quality pasta producers well known all over the gastronomic world, it is really an Apulia producers, in fact its headquarters are in Lecce. The rigorous selection of the raw materials grown in the hills between Apulia and Basilicata and the use of the delicate method for the pasta production have make the final product unique and delicious. Today we're giving you a recipe that includes this particular kind of pasta: Orecchiette with dried tomatoes, taggiasche olives and buffalo ricotta cream. Ingredients: Orecchiette Cavalieri, Under the Sicilian sun dried tomatoes, Olive taggiasche denocciolate - Pexto, Ricotta di Bufala (Buffalo Ricotta) - Caseificio Artigianale Esposito, Organic extra virgin olive oil - Adamo, Raw Sea Salt Picked by Shoulder - Cuordisale - Salinagrande, Sicilian lemons Verdelli. Firstly put the orecchiette in boiling salted water and look at the cooking time on the package. Meanwhile in a pan with a little EVO oil make the dried tomato and olive cook for 1\2 minutes. Take a bowl putting the ricotta in, season it with some grated lemon zest and then blend it adding a little of milk. When the orecchiette will be ready, drain them. Put the buffalo ricotta cream at the base of a soup plate, then the orecchiette and finally the dried tomatoes and olives.
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Anchovies anciently were one of the most popular fish as when they're put under salt they can not only last for a very long time, but they also become better with the passing of time. Nowadays Agostino Recca carries on the old traditions and methods trough his company in Sicily (Sciacca). Every process is hand made as Agostino believes that "machines can't distinguish between a good anchovy and a bad one, but these women can", as he said in a interview on a BBC special. So today we're going to give you a recipe whose protagonist are Fillets of Anchovies - Agostino Recca: Spaghetti with butter and anchovies. Ingredienti: Linguine di Gragnano - Pastificio Dei Campi (we're going to use linguine instead of spaghetti today), Fillets of Anchovies - Agostino Recca, Butter - Az. Agricola Frascio, Red garlic from Nubia, Organic extra virgin olive oil - Adamo, Raw Sea Salt Picked by Shoulder - Cuordisale - Salinagrande and a red hot chili pepper, bread. First put the pasta in boiling salted water for half the time it is written on the box. Meanwhile cut the anchovies into small pieces (3 anchovies per person) and put some olive oil, the minced anchovies, a garlic clove and a little minced red hot chili pepper in a pan and make them stir fry. When the linguine will be at half cooking dry them conserving the boiling water, so you have make the pasta cook in the pan used before adding the boiling water gradually (not too much , it has not even to cover the past) until the pasta will be cooked at the right level (al dente of course). Take the pan off the fire, at this point the pasta will be creamy and savory, but to make it more creamy add some butter and amalgamate as it is a risotto, the result will be outstanding. As a final touch toast some minced bread (not too thinly) and garnish with it to add crunchiness and a toasted flavor.
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Sea urchin is a very popular and fine seafood, thanks to its taste which embodies the essence and freshness of the sea. Eggs are the only part of the sea urchin that is eaten, so only the female is edible. If you want to it it fresh you have to eat the same day it is caught, so the sea urchin pulp is normally frozen immediately after the sea urchins caught in order to maintain the fresh taste as much as possible. Today we're giving you a classic recipe which will make you appreciate and enhance the sea urchins: "Spaghetti ai ricci di mare". Ingredients: Spaghetti - Pasta Bossolasco, Frozen sea urcin pulp - La Bottarga di Tonno Group, Organic extra virgin olive oil - Adamo, Red garlic from Nubia, Coarse sea salt of Trapani, red hot chili pepper, parsley. First make the water boil, add sea salt and then the pasta (the minutes are written on the box). Meanwhile, in a frying pan, put some evo oil, an unpeeled clove of garlic and some red hot chili pepper making them brown and putting the garlic clove off when it is ready. One minute before it is ready drain the spaghetti and conserve 1\2 glasses of the boiling water, so stir fry the pasta in the frying pan with the flavored oil and add the pasta water. Amalgamate for a minute (until the water evaporates) as the water will release the pasta amid which will make your spaghetti creamy in a natural way. Only in the end add the sea urchin pulp as it only needs warming and not cooking, finally garnish with some minced parsley.
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Carasau bread is a typical Sardinia flatbread. It was the shepherds bread, because, as in the past they were obliged to spent long periods away from home, the carasau bread was ideal thanks to its long-life. Its dough is very simple and genuine: only water, flour,a little extra virgin olive oil and a doble cooking in the wooden oven (400-500 degrees), as the second one gives this bread its typical golden color and lightness. Its crunchiness and versatility are the secret of this product success, as it goes well with almost all the ingredients, so today we're giving you a simple but tasty recipe whose protagonisti is this Sardinian bread: Carasau bread Lasagne. This recipe has no strict rules, so you can use whatever cold cuts or cheese or vegetable you have in our fridge. Ingredients: 3 Carasau bread sheets, Salsiccia fresca (Salamina)- Salumificio Lovison (Sausage), Smoked Buffalo Provola from Battipaglia - Caseificio Esposito, zucchini, Organic extra virgin olive oil - Adamo. Make the sausage cook on a grill and meanwhile cut the zucchini and stir fry them in a pan with some evo oil. Place a layer of bread in a baking dish and sprinkle it with water. Then add the sausage, zucchini, olive oil and provola cheese. Repeat with the second layer. On the last layer only lay the provola. Bake for 15 minutes in the preheated oven at 180°C oven. Wine pairing recommended: CANNONAU DI SARDEGNA COSTERA Argiolas or VERMENTINO MAZZOTTI - CONTE DE QUIRRA.
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During the last years the artisanal beer producers have been multiplying in all the peninsula, because the industrial beer, subject to filtering and pasteurization, don't preserve all the beer natural aromas and tastes. Italy is a nation in which water quality is very high, so, starting from the prerequisite that beer is 90% made by water, Italian beer starts form a great base. Historically the Italian territory hasn't been dedicated to production of beer, ad it has always been focused on the wine production. Cultivations as the barley, hops and yeasts production have never been developed, as a consequence almost all the producers import the raw materials from foreign countries. The OI project has the aim to realize a 100% Italian and artisanal beer. The beginning was very difficult, the supplier insisted that it would be impossible to cultivate an high quality barley but especially hops in Italy. But ,after 3 years of experiments and territory analysis, 3 hops and a barley (Spring Barley Prestige Variety) perfect for the production of an agricultural beer have been selected. The beer has been called OI because this acronym is the dialect word to indicate the Oglio river, in whose park the raw materials which give birth to this beer are cultivated; moreover Oi stands for Italian Barley (Orzo Italiano) and Italian Origin (Origine Italiana). The result is an harmonious, genuine and high quality beer. In order to make it as pure as possible and exalt its aromas it is nor filtered or pasteurized, its amber color that mends of the sunset will amaze your sight; it has a fragrant taste of toasted malt; It has a fresh and elegant taste, with a perfectly balanced bitter shade. OI Beer: inspired by our traditions, produced using advanced technologies, dedicated to the lovers of the Italian "buon gusto".
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Principato di Lucedio can praise an almost thousand-year old history. It was funded in 1123 by the Cistercensi monks who were the first in Italy to introduce the cultivation of rice. The production process is full low environmental impact method and the packaging under protect atmosphere guarantee the freshness and quality of product. As the carnaroli rice is the fittest for risotto, we're giving you a recipe of a quite summer taste risotto: Risotto with shrimps, zucchini and burrata. Ingredients: Carnaroli Rice Principato di Lucedio, shrimps, Burrata pugliese - Caseificio Voglia di Latte, zucchini, onion, cherry tomatoes, white wine, Butter - Az. Agricola Frascio, Organic extra virgin olive oil - Adamo. First shell the shrimps, clean them putting out the intestines, and use the remaining heads to make a fish broth (bisque). Make the shrimp heads stop fry with some chopped onion and some cut cherry tomatoes, after 1\2 minutes add cold water. Cut the zucchini in small cubes and make them stir fry with some evo oil. In a pan, after browing some some chopped onion with, make the rice toast, when the rice will be toasted simmer with white wine utile reduced and then add the bisque. Add 1 \2 spoonful each time not covering the rice at all and add it until the risotto will be ready. In the end add a knot of butter, the shrimps and cook until creamy. Put the risotto with shrimps in a plate, then add the zucchini and some burrata.
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Why eating healthy always should mean tasteless? Of course we don't think so, and we will prove it giving you a recipe that is both healthy and tasty. It's all up to the raw material you use, in fact Tumminia pasta, differently from most of the other varieties of pasta, derives from an ancient Sicilian wheat which not only has a lot of benefits on our body, but is has also an unique and outstanding aroma which will make you fell in love with this product. So here's today's recipe: Semi-wholemeal Tumminia wheat Tagliatelle - Fastuchera with seasonal vegetables. Ingredients: 300g of tagliatelle fastuchera, seasonal vegetables (today we're using aubergines, zucchini, onions, fava beans and cherry tomatoes), Organic extra virgin olive oil - Adamo, Raw Sea Salt Picked by Shoulder - Cuordisale - Salinagrande, black pepper. Firstly cut the vegetables in small pieces, take a pan and make them stir fry together with a little EVO oil and seasoning with salt and black pepper. Then put the tagliatelle in boiling salted water for 3 minutes, then drain them saving a little of the boiling water. Put the tagliatelle in the pan finishing the cooking with the vegetables adding the cooking water (1\2 spoonfuls) for one minute nearly. If you want a touch of extra flavor you can add some mature salted sheep's ricotta.
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One of the principles of our company philosophy is always use what nature gives you without forcing it, because eating and cooking seasonal vegetables is fundamental in order to have the healthiest and best tasty diet as possible. So we're giving you a recipe whose protagonist a typical Italian summer vegetable: the courgette flower. Courgette flowers have been cooking as a summer delicacies for centuries, mostly in the central-southern regions of Italy. They are considered one of the first street food of the history, they're cooked in different ways from region to region but all of them were fried. Today we're giving you our recipe for delicious stuffed courgette flowers fried in batter. Ingredients: courgette flowers; 110 g of Organic flour soft wheat type 0; 100 ml of ice-cold Blonde Beer Ale Tavolara - CONTE DE QUIRRA or Sparkling water and a pinch of yeast, 100g of Ricotta di Bufala (Buffalo Ricotta) - Caseificio Artigianale Esposito, some Extra anchovy fillets in oil Extra virgin olive oil - Mare Puro, Organic extra virgin olive oil - Adamo, black pepper, Raw Sea Salt Picked by Shoulder - Cuordisale - Salinagrande First let's make the batter: amalgamates in a bowl the flour and the beer\water and yeast using a whisk. For the stuffing cut the anchovy fillets in rough and not too small pieces and mix them with the buffalo ricotta and season with some black pepper and e little EVO oil. Then stuff the courgette flowers, immerge them in the batter, deep fry them in frying oil, when they will be ready dry them and season with some sea salt.
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Today we are going to tell you an ancient story from the south Italy, the freselle story. The freselle or friselle origin dates back to the XIV century as a true popular food, in fact at first they were only slices of stale bread which we're cooked in the oven again to toast and then when they got dampened with some current water they become ready again to be eaten sided with fresh vegetables. Freselle were also known as the sailor's food, in fact as sailors had to face long voyage, so the friselle were adapt as they never go bad because they can't dry out. Freselle are a typical summer recipe as they're quick, simple, they don't contain fats and they are garnished with fresh vegetables and other ingredients like anchovies or mozzarella, so, her's our recipe. Ingredients: 4 freselle, 6 leaves of basil, 1 red garlic clove, 400 g of cherry tomatoes, 30 g of ancovy filets under oil, extra virgin olive oil, oregano, salt. Dumped the freselle with cold water and cut the cherry tomatoes into small pieces. Put the cut tomatoes in a bowl seasoning them with the EVO oil, salt, oregano, Cut the anchovy filets into small pieces and put them with the tomatoes salad adding also half of the garlic clove after having squashed it and the basil leaves broken into pieces by hand (if you used the knife they would get back) and finally season with salt. Mix all together to amalgamate well the ingredients and put them on the friselle. Why don't eat freselle with a fresh Campania buffalo mozzarella? You'll have an exceptional combination for you fresh summer meals.
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Today we want to describe you one of the symbol, maybe the symbol, of the Roman gastronomy: the Pasta all'Amatriciana. The Pasta alla'Amatriciana is a direct descendant of the pasta alla gricia, which is a dish of spaghetti seasoned with EVO oil, clack pepper, Roman Pecorino and guanciale, born in a village called Grisciano. The adding of tomato to the recipe is attributed to a Roman chef called Franceso Leonardi who cooked the first Amatriciana at the end of the XVII century at the court of the Pope, serving during an important institutional banquet a popular dish in perfect Roman style. The amatriciana, as many other pasta recipes, hasn't a strict and well defined disciplinary, there are different adding even depending on which ingredients you have at home, many variants which anyway maintain 3 fundamental ingredients as base: guanciale, tomato and Roman pecorino. Here you are our recipe Ingredients: 400 g of bucatini, 200 g of guanciale, 300 g of tomato sauce, 75 g of grated Roman pecorino, red chili pepper. Put the basta in boiled salted water looking at the cooking time on the pasta box and mixing it in order not to make it attach to the pot. Meanwhile brown the guanciale cut into small cubes (not too small) in a pan until it will be crispy. Then add the tomato sauce and the sliced red chili pepper and make it cook at low flame until the sauce get the right consistency. When the bucatini will be al dente drain them and amalgamate with the sauce stir frying them together adding the roman pecorino, serve them well hot.
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Today we're suggesting you an elegant but simple and quick recipe thanks to the quality of our red tuna which doesn't need much cooking or processing to show its incredible taste and freshness. For this recipe we are using the so called ventresca which is red tuna belly that is to say the finest and fattest part of red tuna. So here you are Black and white sesame crusted red Sicilian tuna with soaked black chickpeas hummus and coffee mayonnaise. Ingredients: 100 g of red tuna ventresca; hummus; mayonnaise and coffee powder For the hummus: 50 g of sesame seeds, 300 g of pre-cooked chickpeas; 75g (cl) of hot water; the juice of a lemon; sesame oil; 1 spoon of paprika; 1 garlic clove; parsley; salt and pepper. (normally hummus should be made in a "Suribachi" but a mixer will be ok too) Peel the garlic eliminating the core and chopping it up and chop up parsley too. Toast the sesame seeds in a pan for 2-3 minutes. Put the seeds in a mixer adding flush sesame oil, salt, water; then unite the cooked chickpeas and continue to amalgamate them adding the rest of the ingredients until the result will be uniform. For the mayonnaise: 2 eggs; seeds oil; juice of half lemon. Put the eggs in a mixer and add gradually slush seeds oil until the sauce reaches the right consistency. When the sauce consistency will be fine add the lemon juice and in the end only a little coffee powder (not too much as coffee has a very strong taste). Put the ventresca on a baking tray in an hot oven at 180 degree with some olive oil putting some sesame seed on the tips of the tuna and cooked for nearly 4 minutes (but you have to control it in order not to make it too cook). Put the hummus first in a soup plate, garnish with coffee mayonnaise and put the red tuna on the top.
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When it's dealing with Italy's culinary traditions, you have always to give an important position to the 3 typical Roman pasta: Amatriciana (Gricia too, which is Amatriciana ancestor), Carbonara, Cacio e Pepe. Today we're giving you Pasta alla Carbonara recipe, which origin dates back to the world war two when american soldiers traditional breakfast (eggs and bacon) was mixed with pasta using Italian ingredients and touch discovering this incredible bond of tastes. Ingredients: 400 g of spaghetti Cavalieri, 5 egg yolks 150 g of guanciale - La Cinta di Guido; 100 g of grated Roman Pecorino; black pepper ground at the moment and salt. Unite the egg yolks with the grated pecorino and black pepper (be generous) mix them making a dense cream. Stir fry the guanciale cut into small cubes until it will be crispy (also adding to the cream a little of the fat released by the guanciale to give more flavor). Boil the pasta in salted water, when spaghetti will be cooked "al dente", drain them and amalgamate in a bowl with the cream and guanciale, add a final touch of black pepper and serve it well hot.
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Musetto - Salumificio Lovison is the exclusive product by Lovison Friulian agricultural company, this specialty was invented 110 years ago by the company's founder Agostino Lovison. But the reason that distinguish theirs from other great quality producers's too is the use of the noble parts of the pork head from only Friulian pork meat bred using ogm free animal feeds and a secret mixture of spices among which cinnamon,coriander,nutmeg,cloves and pepper. The great Italian 2 michelin stars awarded chef Carlo Cracco has introduced a recipe with the Musetto Lovison in his restaurant menù: Ravioli stuffed with Musetto with vegetable mostarda. Ingredients: For the pasta: 1 kg of 00 flour, 8 egg yolks, 1 whole egg, 20g of Italian extra virgin olive oil For the stuffing: 200g of Musetto Lovison, 80g of stewed savoy mash (make the savoy brownish with 50g of onion, pour with some water and salt, cook fro 1 hour at least. blend with the mixer adding the Musetto Lovison, season with salt and pepper. For the mostarda: 80g of vegetables mostarda (cut into pieces), 80g of celeriac julienne cut. With the flour, eggs, evo oil and salt make an Italian fresh pasta. Roll out the dough, put some stuffing and give the cappelletto shape. Cook the ravioli for 3 minutes in boiling salted water and then stir fry with some calf juice. Put in the plate together with mostarda, celeriac and serve it.
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If after some day your fresh red tuna it is not as fresh as it has arrived and there are still some left-overs don't worry, we have the right recipe for you. We're talking about pasta with tuna, purely mediterranean style pasta dish with capers,cherry tomatoes, almonds and olives, this recipe will bring you all the tastes and freshness of the mediterranean diet in a quick, simple but very tasty and genuine recipe Ingredients: 400g of Paccheri - Pasta Bossolasco; 200g of Sicilian red tuna, salted Sicilian capers; 200g of cherry tomatoes; 3 spoons of chopped taggiasche olives; toasted Sicilian almonds, Italian extra virgin olive oil and salt. First put some extra virgin olive oil in a pan, then cut in 2 halves the cherry tomatoes and add them to make them cook and extract the juice. Then add the red tuna and cook with cherry tomatoes and after one minute add the rest of the ingredients (capers, olives and toasted almonds) cooking together for 2 minutes (not too much otherwise the tuna will be chewy). In the meanwhile boil paccheri bossolasco in boiling salted water for 12 minutes (read how many minutes on the pack for each kind of pasta), drain the pasta and make it stir fry with the other ingredients adding the oregano for one minutes in order to amalgamate well and "buon appetito".
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Pasta alla norma is one of the most ancient Italian pasta recipes whose name was given in honor to a Catania (a city of Sicily )the famous comedy writer Vincenzo Bellini during the first play of his famous theatrical play "La Norma". Today we want to write you a recipe of a 100% Sicilian pasta alla norma, using a pasta made of an ancient Sicilian durum wheat variety called Tumminia cultivated and processed in Alcamo (a village on the western side of Sicily). the result is a semi-whole pasta endowed with an unique aroma and a lot of beneficial organoleptic properties. Ingredients: 400g of Timilia Biological Penne Rigate - Az. Agricola Biologica Adamo; 500g tomato sauce ( you can add cherry tomatoes if you want some extra freshness), mature slated sheep's ricotta, 2 aubergines, 2 cloves of red garlic from Nubia and basil, Sicilian extra virgin olive oil, salt and pepper. First of all you have to wash aubergines and cut them into slices, cover them with cooking salt, put on them a weight an make them dry for one hour at least, with this process they will loose all the water in excess and they won't absorb too much oil. Then wash them from the salt, cut them into cubes and you can decide whether to deep fry them (original recipe) or put them in a pan with some oil (lighter). When aubergines will be cooked ad the sauce to them putting on this sauce the entire garlic clove (that you will take out after the sauce will have acquired its flavour) and make it cook until it has reached the right consistency. During the sauce cooking boil the pasta until its is "al dente" (control the minutes of cooking on the package), dry it and make it cook with the sauce to amalgamate it. At the end add some mature salted sheep' ricotta (be generous) and the remaining leaves of fresh basil.
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Usually an excellent product as raw ham is should be eaten pure as it is with only a piece of good bread. But today we're trying to suggest you a recipe with raw ham using the most adapt product Piece of Prosciutto di Parma (parma ham) aged 18 months - Ghirard Onesto because , in our opinion, is an high quality parma ham which thanks to its sweetness and short seasoning can go along perfectly with other ingredients. So here you are our raw ham rolls, a good recipe for you aperitif or appetizers. Ingredients: 4 slices of parma ham, a bunch of chives, 150g of fresh soft cheese, 4 eggs, soft inside of bread, salt and pepper. Prepare the hard-boiled eggs in boiling water for 5 minutes and then make them cool down. Open the bread and take the soft inside, extract the yolks from the hard-boiled eggs, mice them and mix them with the soft inside of bread. Add to this mixture the fresh cheese and season with salt and pepper, amalgamate all the ingredients and add chives. Finally prepare singularly the rolls using two spoons making a quenelle to put on each slice, roll up the raw ham and close each roll with a blade of chives.
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Everybody knows pasta in Italy serious matter and every region has its own special one. Today we're going to show you Testaroli of Lunigiana - Arconatura the Liguria specialty. It dates back to the Romans in an area on the boundary between Tuscany and Liguria (Lunigiana). The dough is only made up of spelt flour and water, the consistency is unique thanks to its porosity and capacity to absorb the seasonings. As every good Liguria specialty this pasta combines perfectly with pesto alla genovese
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Artisanal Pasta Manufacturing Campo Campo's Pasta is exclusively prepared using Sicilian durum wheat semolina and water
The Artisanal Pasta Manufacturing Campo producles, using the best Sicilian durum wheat, durum wheat semolina pasta drawn in bronze and making it dry slowly at low temperature. Through the will to create a products which inspires to the ancient local recipes, the company, in a full artisanal manner, assure a great quality maintaining the taste of pasta as it is made by our grandparents, even if guaranteeing the requisite required by the alimentary disciplinary. The Artisanal Pasta Manufacturing Campo produces the beast varieties of local traditional pasta as the caserecce, gnoccoli, busiate and aneletti palermitani.

- 14/06/2017 -

Artisanal Pasta-Making Campo: The Pasta Campo is exclusively prepared with Sicilian durum wheat flour and water.
The Pasta "Campo" is exclusively prepared with Sicilian durum wheat flour and water. Everything starts from the durum wheat. To make Pasta Campo we use only Sicilian wheats, picked up within the range of 300km from the company site. The harvest takes place in the right moment of maturation that is immediately followed by the storage, all happens within few kilometers to maintain a perfect conservation of the raw materials. The wheat is than ground delicately ( with a low numbers of rotations) to maintain its whole original fragrance.

- 08/03/2016 -

The Campo pasta is only made from durum wheat and water
The Pastificio Campo examines the ingredients for the pasta carefully and use the best manufacturing methods, thus a particularly high-quality pasta can be made​​.

- 24/07/2014 -

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I am 100% Italian and I tasted musetto sausage when I was a kid and I loved it!, but I don't know where I can get here in florida. I live in Clearwater. any help would be appreciated. thank you.


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