A traditional Italian Mixed Vegetables recipe from Rome! With fava (broad beans), peas, lettuce, mint, spring onions and artichokes—it's a celebration of spring vegetables!
Tuna Mousse is Italy’s answer to ‘tuna salad.’ It is often found in bars during the aperativo, coffee shops and even bakeries and convenient stores. The tuna mousse is typically served as a sandwich filling or inside rolled-up roasted red peppers.
The Queen of Tuscan cooking! This steak can be as thick as two big porterhouse steaks stacked together and weight as much as 6 pounds! This classic T bone steak is famous everywhere in Italy. It originated in Florence (Tuscany) centuries ago, and it has conquered meat grilling lovers not just for its size but mostly for its unique tenderness and taste.
This savoy cabbage recipe starts with boiling the cabbage. Make a classic Italian 'soffritto' (olive oil infused with garlic and onions). Then, add bite-size pieces of boiled cabbage to the sauteed onions.