Italian stuffed meatloaf: polpettone imbottito

If you like meatloaf, then you’ll definitely love Italian stuffed meatloaf. If you aren’t usually keen on meatloaf, then Italian stuffed meatloaf might change your mind! I honestly cannot consider a plain meatloaf. While it’s tasty, especially served...

Pizza with sausages and potatoes

Today I give you the recipe for pizza with sausages and potatoes. I can hear you screaming from here: actual potatoes on pizza? How can you? NO!!!! You cannot eat carbohydrates with carbohydrates To you it sounds absurd, a lot like when I hear chicken and pasta, or...

Bells peppers stuffed with minced meat

Bells peppers stuffed with minced meat – peperoni imbottiti in Italian, are a timeless classic of italian cuisine. My mum used to make them every weekend, especially in summer, where she served them cold with a fresh green salad as a side. We used to eat them...

Palermitan cutlet

Palermitan cutlet is a delicious alternative to the well know Milanese cutlet: it’s lighter, since it’s egg-free and baked instead of fried, and can be easily adapted to gluten and diary free diets. Quick and easy to prepare, Palermitan cutlet is extremely...

Lasagne with sausage and mushroom ragù

Lasagne is a classic dish for Sundays. Loved by both children and adults, the secret to make good lasagne lies in the ragù, which needs to cook for a very long time. The one I propose here is a slightly different version of the Lasagne alla Bolognese, which is very...

Neapolitan meatballs

Another classic from the Neapolitan kitchen, the meatballs in tomato sauce is a dish loved by both children and adults. Easy and quick to prepare, it is usually served for Sunday lunch instead of the more time-consuming ragù. Traditionally, the pasta is served first....