[dropcap]Want to learn to make tiramisu like the Italians do at home? Look no further than this collection of twenty-five easy tiramisu recipes from genuine Italian people who love cooking. With clear step-by-step instructions and tempting photos, nothing here is difficult, elaborate or intimidating.
I have collected these tried-and-trusted recipes from my Italian family and friends. This delicious dessert collection includes many different tiramisus, such as traditional tiramisu, tiramisu cakes, cheesecake and cupcakes, fruity and alcoholic varieties and tiramisus for children. With vegan, gluten-free, low-fat and low-sugar versions, there’s something here for everyone. A bonus section includes inspiration and advice for throwing the ultimate tiramisu party.
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Pasta Sauce Recipes
[dropcap]Are you stuck for pasta sauce ideas? Are you looking for something different and easy to try at home? This is a collection of delicious recipes from my family and friends from Italy, ranging from the classic well-known sauces, to the more unusual and interesting ones.
This book is a guide of how to make the most of your ingredients and prepare the best sauce for your pasta. Because people are busy, I have divided the recipes in two sections: sauces that can be made under 20 minutes and sauces that take longer. Since your pasta can cook while your sauce is reaching its final stage, you can have a whole course ready for yourself or your family in a very short time.
This book caters for many tastes, you’ll be spoilt for choice when you browse the recipes and find yourself immersed in the variety of creamy cheese sauces, colourful vegetable ones, seafood variations, delicious tomato sauces and hearty meat ones. And you’ll never get bored of eating the same pasta again, because when you change the sauce, you change the dish.
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[dropcap]Making a risotto can be intimidating, especially the first time, but this book provides a step-by-step guide on how to get the basics right, and then you will feel you can prepare the most elaborate dishes.
This collection of risottos from family and friends from Italy includes the classic ones, such as saffron and herb risotto and a few vegetable ones: mushroom medley, asparagus, pumpkin, radicchio, and nettle, to name a few. Then you can indulge in the cheese varieties, either on their own, such as the four cheese risotto, or in combination, with the pear and gorgonzola risotto, or the taleggio and spinach risotto.
A hearty and fulfilling meat option is the rabbit risotto or the veal and blueberry risotto, unless you want something a little more traditional such as the sausage risotto. For a lighter alternative, you could try some of the fish and seafood variations: the salmon and chives risotto, the risotto ai frutti di mare is an Italian must, and an absolute delicacy is the scallop and artichoke risotto. These are only a few examples, but there will be many more to choose from.
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