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Ziti alla Genovese Recipe - Great Italian Chefs

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Beyond bruschetta: the regional bread and tomato salads of Italy

Luciana Squadrilli takes some fresh, ripe tomatoes and some leftover bread and creates ten incredible Italian classics that are perfect for …

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Chefs on tour: Pierre Koffmann and Bruno Loubet in South Tyrol

Two chefs, one beautiful and unique part of Italy – see what happened when we whisked Bruno Loubet and Pierre Koffmann off to South Tyrol on a …

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Vignarola Recipe - Great Italian Chefs

Vignarola is a spring vegetable stew hailing from Rome. An explosion of flavour and greenness, it is in season when its three main components – broad …

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Vegan Chocolate Gelato Recipe - Great Italian Chefs

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Pasta all Genovese Recipe - Great Italian Chefs

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Mozzarella in Carrozza Recipe - Great Italian Chefs

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Speck-Stuffed Cabbage Recipe - Great Italian Chefs

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Pasta e Ceci Recipe – Pasta with Chickpeas - Great Italian Chefs

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How to cook beef rump cap

Preheat the oven to 120°C/gas mark ½<p>Score the fat of the rump cap in a diagonal pattern. Cover and leave out of the fridge to reach room …

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How to cook pork shoulder

Remove the pork shoulder from the fridge 1 hour before you begin to let it come to room temperature<p>Preheat the oven to 220°C/gas mark 8<p>Using a sharp …

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How to cook pork chops

Place all the brine ingredients in a pan and gently heat, stirring to dissolve the sugar and salt. Remove from the heat and allow to cool<p>Place the …

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Antonio Carluccio: the man who brought Italian food to the UK

As news breaks on the passing of the celebrity chef and restaurateur, we take a look at the impact he had on the British food scene and share some of …

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How to cook guinea fowl

Preheat the oven to 180°C/gas mark 4<p>Boil a lemon in a pan of boiling water for 10 minutes. Once soft, pierce the lemon and place in the cavity of the …

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How to make crispy chicken skin

Preheat the oven to 180°C/gas mark 4<p>Using a small, sharp knife, lay the skins skin-side down and scrape off any excess fat and remaining meat. You …

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Barilla Pasta World Championship 2017: the world cup of pasta

Ollie Lloyd travels to Italy to see the world’s greatest pasta chefs battle it out over three days. Learn more about the global competition and find …

Italian Food

How to make mustard

12 – 24 hours beforehand, soak the mustard seeds in your liquid of choice e.g. white wine vinegar or beer. The seeds will soak up most of the liquid …

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How to enhance beef with rubs and marinades

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From the sauce: the stories behind Italy’s famous pasta dishes

Ever wondered where carbonara gets its name from, or why is Bolognese sauce such a talking point in Emilia-Romagna? We take a look at five of Italy’s …

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Woodland treasures: the truffles of Umbria

Producing more black truffles than any other Italian region makes Umbria a magical place for foodies the world over, but it takes a lot of work to …

Italy

The wild meats and fish of Umbria

With rolling hills, lush forests and the beautiful Lake Trasimeno, Umbria certainly isn’t short of beautiful scenery – and it’s the wild animals, …

Italy

Umbria’s most famous cured meats

Luciana Squadrilli takes a look at the most famous salumi found in Umbria, a region known for its incredible pork and skilled butchers.<p>It's basically …

Italy’s best regional gnocchi dishes

The Italians are experts at taking humble ingredients like ricotta, potato or semolina and shaping them into beautiful little dumplings to be adorned …

Malloreddus Recipe with Sausage Ragù - Great Italian Chefs

9<p>Leave the shapes to dry out on a tray sprinkled with semolina flour<p>11<p>Drain the malloreddus and stir into the ragù. Divide between plates and top …

Gnocchi Parisienne

This gnocchi Parisienne recipe is flavoured with lemon, butter and parsley for a light and delicate finish. This French version of gnocchi uses choux …

Gnocchi alla Romana

This classic gnocchi alla Romana recipe is a must-try dish for those seeking Italian comfort food goodness. The baked gnocchi dough, with plenty of …

Gnudi Recipe with Sage and Brown Butter - Great Italian Chefs

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Malfatti with tomato sauce

Once you've tried this malfatti recipe, you'll have a hard time cooking anything else. Though vaguely similar to gnocchi in appearance, malfatti are …

Italy’s best traditional regional desserts

Luciana Squadrilli introduces twelve of Italy’s most beloved traditional desserts, each one representative of a certain region’s local cuisine.<p>We all …

Neapolitan pizza-making: a UNESCO-recognised art

Luciana Squadrilli takes a look at the reasons why UNESCO decided to recognise the art of pizza making in Naples, and what this means for the …