This Zuppa Inglese recipe is the perfect festive layered cake for a birthday or holiday. It features layers of sponge cake (Pan di Spagna) soaked in liquor or fruit juice and filled with layers of silky chocolate and vanilla pastry cream. One of the most beloved Italian desserts that you can make with the Italian sponge cake (Pan di Spagna).
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.
One of the most distinctive recipes that you will find in any Rome restaurant! The authentic Spaghetti Cacio e Pepe recipe has just three ingredients: pecorino cheese and black pepper (“cacio” and “pepe”) and pasta. The trick to achieving its unmatched flavor and creamy sauce? Quality ingredients and few simple cooking tricks.
Simply the best ragu you’ll ever taste! This Ragu Bolognese Sauce recipe is the traditional recipe that originated in Bologna, Italy. It is used in many beloved Italian dishes such as a Tagliatelle Bolognese, Spaghetti Bolognese, as a sauce for polenta. And of course, it’s a prime ingredient in the Sunday classic Lasagna Bolognese.