Authentic Italian cooking
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- How to eat well the Italian way
- Easy techniques of Mediterranean cuisine, use of alternative ingredients
- 5 complete menus including appetizers, first and main courses, 3 best-seller chicken dishes and 5 all-purpose sauces
- Basic kitchen equipment
Do you miss your favorite Italian place around the corner?
Why not try to cook your favorite dishes at home, now that you have all that time in your hands?
Italian cuisine can seem complex (even intimidating) because of endless ingredients, techniques and preparations. But don’t worry, I will guide you every step of the way, I will show you a simple and effective methods to a great meal!
No show-off, no distractions, I will go directly to the point and help you gain confidence and the best result possible with few ingredients.
5 lessons, 15 recipes, including starters, firsts and main courses. Moreover, we have recently updated the course, adding 3 lessons on traditional Grandma's chicken and 5 all-purpose sauces.
As Master Yoda says: “Try not! Do!” :-)
- Coocking enthusiasts
INSALATA CAPRESE: a super easy dish directly from Capri Island.
Produce and presentation make the difference.
Fresh, pleasant, cannot get enough.
SARDE IN SAOR: Venice, gondolas and the greatest marine republic in the history. This was a traditional dish of Venetian fishermen that helped to preserve food on board for a long period of time when at sea. A good balance of sweet and sour, acidic and subtle.
SPAGHETTI ALLA CARBONARA: bacon and eggs? C’mon! You are almost in Italy! Poor ingredients – luxurious result! Enormous satisfaction!
PASTA AL FORNO: if you ask Italians what their favorite dish is, you will most likely hear – “baked pasta”! You can come across numerous recipes (like lasagna) with different types of pasta, sauces and ingredients. Chef Amati learned this recipe from his Grandma.