After a holiday vacation full of treats and fast-food, when I got home my body felt overwhelmed and my stomach bloated. I needed something healthy, soothing, and warm to eat. I decided on some soup with small pasta (pastina), which is not only an ideal post-holiday […]
The Tomato Bruschetta, is a typical appetizer of Italian cuisine. Is known throughout Italy as a starter, prepared in many different versions. It is a very popular snack before meals or between courses. Easy, tasty and strictly Mediterranean! Enjoy our Tomato Bruschetta
Lamb Bolognese, such a simple recipe can be made at the table at every opportunity, even for a simple family meal. Tradition has it that this dish definitely not miss the Easter tables, because the lamb has a sacred symbolic value, in addition to being a delicious dish.
Enjoy our Lamb Bolognese!
Lamb Bolognese, such a simple recipe can be made at the table at every opportunity, even for a simple family meal. Tradition has it that this dish definitely not miss the Easter tables, because the lamb has a sacred symbolic value, in addition to being a delicious dish. Enjoy our Lamb Bolognese!
- 1/2 lb or 200 g Lean lamb
- 2 Cloves garlic
- 2 Bay leaves
- 3-4 Tbsp EVOO
- 1 Glass dry white wine
- 2 Ripe tomatoes
- 2 Red peppers
- Step 1 Cut the meat into small pieces, season well with salt and pepper, and leave to stand for 1 hour.
- Step 2 Sauté the garlic cloves and bay leaves in the oil over a low heat.
- Step 3 Remove the garlic as soon as it starts to brown.
- Step 4 Add the lamb to the pan and brown on all sides.
- Step 5 Add the wine and leave to reduce.
- Step 6 Add the tomatoes (finely chopped) and red peppers (cut into strips) to the meat.
- Step 7 Add salt, cover, and braise for around 1 1/2 hours over a low heat, stirring occasionally, add hot stock if necessary.
The first was named “Mastunicola” (Master Nicola), a name that is not appropriate today, as well as being too ‘energetic’, composed of a stuffing of cheese and lard around the 600s, and later with the addition of pork cracklings! So around the 700s the Pizza […]