Buon Giorno- let’s take a quick trip to the most visited country in Europe; yes, I am talking about Italy. As may already know, Italy’s history is a very rich one, from the architecture and
Buon Giorno- let’s take a quick trip to the most visited country in Europe; yes, I am talking about Italy. As may already know, Italy’s history is a very rich one, from the architecture and I am not talking only about Rome, to the panoply of world heritage sites that can be found there (did you know that Italy has more world heritage sites than any other country?)
Yes, I know that there’s a lot of Italian restaurants out there, where you can buy ready-made Italian recipes, but do not rush to these as I will show you the best and easiest recipes you can try at home. Ready to travel to Italy from your home? Buckle up your seatbelt, and let’s go…
Your entire family will fall in love with classic Italian cuisine like chicken parmesan.
Pound your chicken breasts incredibly thin and make sure they’re all the same size as typical chicken parmesan.
There will be three trays in the breading station: one with flour, one with eggs and cream, and one with breadcrumbs.
Begin layering the chicken breasts in your baking sheet once they have been fried.
Start with marinara sauce, then add chicken, more marinara sauce, and a generous amount of mozzarella cheese to finish.
Everyone should have a go-to Italian meatball recipe. These meatballs are delicious and juicy. They’re a great accent to a variety of dishes!
Using three distinct types of meat is the key to achieving that rich and diverse flavor. Ground beef, ground pork, and Italian sausage, to be exact.
I’ve got one more trick for you, known as a panada.
When you soak bread crumbs in milk, you create a thick paste called panada. This is the key to not having your meatballs dry out.
Pasta and pizza are only a small part of traditional Italian cuisine. This rich and creamy Italian hot chocolate will transport you to the Italian countryside.
Get that image out of your head if you’re used to sipping hot chocolate from a packet.
This hot chocolate recipe is very delicious and is nowhere near the powder mix.
This drink gets its rich flavor from real dark chocolate, while whole milk and sugar turn it into a thick, somewhat sweet pleasure.
I know it’s a controversial viewpoint, but I’d rather eat a crispy calzone overflowing with cheese than a slice of pizza.
After trying this dish for yourself, I’m sure you’ll agree! These easy-to-transport meals are far superior to anything you’d get in a fast-food joint. Make a huge quantity and freeze it to have it whenever you want.
You can use store-bought pizza dough, but you can also make your own.
Fill with sauce, pepperoni, mozzarella, and vegetables, as well as other pizza toppings.
This Caprese Chicken bursts with flavor thanks to gooey cheese, sun-dried tomatoes, and a subtly sweet balsamic sauce.
While this dish appears to be complicated, it is quite simple to prepare.
Separately, cook the chicken until it’s well browned but still juicy.
Add the tasty sun-dried tomatoes and cheese slices on top—Preheat oven to 350°F and bake for 10 minutes.
Don’t forget to drizzle a generous amount of your balsamic reduction over the top.
You’re entirely correct if you believe a pizzette sounds like a small pizza.
This finger food is ideal as an appetizer for a formal gathering or a casual get-together with friends.
This recipe is easy to make thanks to the use of store-bought pizza dough. Fontina cheese, tomatoes, and parmesan cheese go on top of the mini-dough circles.
Finish with basil and a dab of olive oil after baking. To find your ideal topping combination, experiment with different toppings.
Are you ready to go to Italy? These simple recipes will help you. Let us know in the comments which recipe you will try…