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The pizzoccheri is a traditional dish of Valtellina cuisine northern Italy worldwide known and much appreciated in the cold season GETTING READY 1. In a large bowl mix the flour salt water then combine the ingredients once blended transfer to a work surface
Pizzoccheri - Italian recipe
The bonet is a tempting dessert typical of Northern Italy to serve after a lavish meal on feast days or on a particular occasion MAKING 1. In a saucepan melt sugar and cook until caramelized on a low flame once done pour it into a mould spread it evenly. 2.
Bonet - Original Italian
MMMM... bet you cant eat just one of these great desserts. MAKING 1. In a small mixing bowl mix gelatin and milk together. 2. Place a heavy bottom pan on heat and pour heavy cream in it. Add sugar and stir. Bring it to boil. 3. Add coffee and gelatin milk
How to Make Coffee Panna Cotta
A simple but amazing salad discovered in Northern Italy. MAKING 1. In a saucepan melt the sweet butter and add in the garlic. Season with sugar black pepper and salt. Cook until garlic is golden brown. Take out the garlic and discard. 2. In a serving plate
Warm Garlic Butter Salad
Cook pasta in boiling salted water just till tender drain. Rinse in cold water drain. Combine cheeses. For white sauce in saucepan melt butter. Stir in flour white pepper nutmeg and 1 2 teaspoon salt. Add milk cook and stir till thickened and bubbly. Arrange a
Lasagne Northern Italian Style
In large saucepan or Dutch oven cook bacon till crisp. Add ground beef and ground veal or ground pork cook till meat is browned. Drain off fat.If desired press undrained tomatoes through food mill or sieve. Add undrained tomatoes chicken livers onion carrot
Northern Italian Meat Sauce
1. In a large heavy stockpot combine olive oil shallots garlic celery and onion. Saute over medium heat stirring frequently until onion is transluce nt and tender 5 6 minutes. Do not brown. 2. Add bell peppers and saute for 5 6 minutes stirring frequently. 3.
Chill vermouth and pour into a large bowl. Blend seasonings into the liquid. Add pork and wheat germ. Mix sausage the old fashioned way.
Luganega: Northern Italian Sausage