It’s the world’s most popular cuisine and people everywhere appreciate its stunning simplicity. The key to cooking great Italian recipes at home is to put as much thought into the ingredients as possible. Many of these dishes don’t require hard-to-find ingredients, but things like the quality of your extra virgin olive oil will make a huge difference to how your Italian food will taste. Here’s what to cook this weekend.
What better way to enjoy Italian than with the ultimate pasta dish – tagliatelle with ragù. Again, pay attention to your ingredients and allow yourself a long time for cooking.
An incredibly simple and easy summer spaghetti dish that makes a meal a celebration.
Try this enduring classic form Davide Oldani and you won’t believe your tastebuds.
Get the definitive Italian carbonara with this traditional recipe. Tried and tasted.
Parmesan Risotto Recipe
Learn how to make creamy parmesan risotto with this unmissable recipe from Michelin-starred chef Riccardo Camanini. Through The Eyes of The Chef will teach you how to cook this classic Italian parmesan risotto like a pro.
Try this Neapolitan classic, a rich and delicious pasta dish with capers and black olive flavours for a summer sensation.
A spicy touch of the Italian south that is as easy to make as it is utterly delicious. This classic dish will put a kick into any Italian feast.
Celebrate the food of Puglia on the Italian boot’s heel with this incredible recipe for orecchiette or ‘little ears’.
A great Italian seafood favourite that will always be in a winner, especially if you love shrimps.
A fresh and delightful summer salad that’s perfect for any occasion. Why not make it this weekend?
This tasty Tried and Tasted recipe for this typical Tuscan dish is a great way of using leftover bread and homegrown vegetables. Check it out.
An Italian classic dessert that is light and fresh, with strawberries bringing the real taste of summer.
One of the world’s favourite desserts is the perfect way to finish your Italian meal.