Fact: you can't get the #winterblues when winter black truffle sauce exists! Taste it in today's #lunchspecial, a whole wheat spaghettini with genoa salami, and wild mushrooms, in a winter black truffle sauce 👌🏻
«Pasta con salmone in salsa di panna» Какой всё-таки сочный и аппетитный итальянский язык 😋 По-нашему говоря, на фото запечатлён мой новый #кулинарныйшедевр - гнёзда с лососем в сливочном соусе 🙃 . Как-то раз была в итальянской кафешке и кушала что-то подобное, наконец собралась приготовить сама 😎 Очень рекомендую всем любителям “чтобы #быстроивкусно “. Всё приготовление укладывается в 20 минут 👍 . . . #нямням#паста#готовимдома#вкусняшки#нетдиете😂 #pasta#lovepasta#pastaforever
Swipe for my best T-Rex impression 🦖 🦖🦖 Such a Milan-spam but remembering that a photograph can capture our good side in that still moment, yet absolutely nobody is perfect. Nobody has it together. No matter how it may seem online. Less constructed lifestyles & more pasta & pizza #carblifechoseme 🌝 . . . . #pizzalife#milan#italy#travel#pastaforever#carbs#carblife#fashionlove#travelgram#bereal#happiness#italianstyle#milano#travelblog#milanitaly#milanfashion#inspire#culturetrip#travelblogger#docmartens#styling#duomomilano#duomo#architecture#travelgirl#travellover#travellust#italytrip#exploring
When looking into the origins of pasta, there seems to be various indefinite claims regarding when it was first discovered and its origins. According to the urban legend, Marco Polo first discovered pasta in China during his travels and brought it to Italy sometime in the late 13th century. If this claim is in fact true, pasta is actually the descendent of ancient Chinese noodles. Another claim alleges that the first reference of pasta goes as far back as 1154 AD in Sicily. As a result of the Arab invasions, hard durum wheat was brought to Sicily and the Sicilians used the flour from the durum wheat to make the earliest forms of pasta. And over 800-years later, the rest is history. Since 1154 AD (allegedly), our beloved pasta has and still is a worldwide staple in households and restaurants from Italy to Tunisia to South America to the USA & beyond. #pastanation#pastaforever 🍝 🍝📸 : @rahela.ella.ella
This meal is my go to dinner when we have nothing else to eat, this meal also makes my girlfriend reevaluate how much she loves me. Also for those wondering it’s just pasta, olive oil, spices, peas, and nooch.
Giovedì is gnocchi day. For no particular reason other than tradition. You can find my potato gnocchi recipe in my book Made in Italy, my GF one in my book La Dolce Vita, my vegan ones on my YouTube channel and my ricotta ones down below. Match with any sauce you love. These are married with cherry tomatoes sautéed with Garlic, olive oil and white wine. Xx❤️🇮🇹. 450 g (2 1/2 cups) full-cream ricotta (using low-fat ricotta won’t work…Live a little!) 2 egg yolks 1/2 teaspoon salt flakes 1 pinch freshly ground white pepper 100–120 (2/3 cups) g plain flour, plus extra for dusting 2/3 cup (50 g) freshly grated parmigiano 5-6 leaves of basil, finely shredded. Discard any excess liquid from the ricotta, then put it in a large mixing bowl with the egg yolks, cheese, salt and pepper. Add the flour and work with floured hands or a wooden spoon until you have a smooth, soft dough – it should be pliable, a little sticky but not too wet. Don’t be tempted to add lots of flour to make it easier to work the dough as the resulting gnocchi will almost certainly be dense and doughy. The secret to soft and pillowy gnocchi is to go easy with flour, use just enough to make the dough come together. 4. Flour your hands and cooking bench generously and divide the dough into 6 pieces. Take 1 piece, sprinkle it with flour and roll it with your hands to form a log. Cut the log into small rectangles and set them aside on a floured wooden board. Repeat with the remaining dough. Bring a large pot of salted water to the boil. Drop the gnocchi, in two or three batches, into the pan of boiling water and stir gently. Cook for 1–2 minutes or until they come up to the surface, then fish them out with a slotted spoon and drop them straight into the pan with the sauce of your choice. Repeat until all the gnocchi are cooked.. Serve hot!!! 💋💕🇮🇹. . . . . #pasta#pastaforever#fusilli#primipiatti#cookinghacks#trucchetti#ricettefacili#cucinaitaliana