Sweet Potato (or Pumpkin/Squash) Italian Gnocchi – Super easy and egg-free!

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These delicious little dumplings made with sweet potato, pumpkin or butternut squash mash in the authentic Italian style, served with melted butter and sage are so awesome and have so much flavour that you might want to make them every … Continue reading

Potato Gnocchi: authentic, best and fool-proof recipe, firm outside with a delicate and soft texture inside, not chewy, not soggy… simply delicious!

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Stop looking elsewhere. Here you’ve found the best and fool-proof Gnocchi recipe ever. Yes, now you can make authentic Italian Gnocchi like a fine restaurant (or even better) with no fuss, I promise. (comments below can confirm that) If you … Continue reading

Too salty? here’s the tip to fix it!

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Have you ever put too much salt in a sauce, stew, soup or stock? I did… a lot of times… and I ended up increasing the quantities of the ingredients, changing quality of the recipe, until I discovered this trick. … Continue reading

Soft and Doughy Pizza By The Slice (Italian Pizza al Taglio)

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My son doesn’t like flat pizza, so I had to learn how to make a really soft and doughy pizza like those you can find in an italian bakery (…or anywhere else). I’ve already told you that I’m a very … Continue reading

Tuscan Onion Soup (Zuppa di Cipolle alla Toscana)

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Have you ever been to Tuscany? I’ve been several times and this soup was given to me by a Tuscan Nonna that worked in a Trattoria and was love at first taste! It’s so simple but yet full of flavour … Continue reading

Roasted Potatoes Secrets – Soft Inside but Crunchy Outside (Patate Arroste)

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HOW TO COOK ROASTED POTATOES WITH ITALIAN HERBS Roasted potatoes can be very delicious if cooked perfectly, but sometimes it’s really a mess with soggy potatoes. This is due to the high amount of starch contained in them, so you … Continue reading