Posts Tagged ‘Dried Porcini’

Cooking Foods Italian Recipes: Traditional Seafood Omelet – Seafood “Prawns / Shrimps” Omelet “Frittata Gamberi di Mare”

      Cooking Foods Italian Recipes: Traditional Seafood Omelet – Seafood “Prawns / Shrimps” Omelet “Frittata Gamberi di Mare”       This dish is AWESOME !!! I love it and you will taste one of the best preparations, made just following my instruction.       Ingredients: (6 portions but you’ll hope to eat […]

Italian Recipes: Cooking Traditional “Cucina Italiana” Foods: Fish – Salt Anchovies Pasta Sauce – Aldentekitchen

  Italian Recipes: Cooking Traditional “Cucina Italiana” Foods: Fish –  Salt Anchovies Pasta Sauce – Aldentekitchen Salt Anchovies Pasta is one of the tastiest plates eat by the old italian fishermen, still I remember when, many years ago, my mother prepared Salt Anchovies in wooden barrels every spring.  Only the best Fresh Anchovies  are settled under salt, (and when needed […]

Linguine with Oven Made Fin Fish Sauce

It is different to prepare a fish as main course and a fish as side dish for “Pasta”: you should notice that in this following recipe for “Fin Fish Sauce” to be used as Pasta condiment; the recipe for “Simple Roasted Fin Fish” is simpler because it address you how to cook a fish in a simple way; […]

Simply Roasted Fin Fish

Hi Hunt (WM)! this recipe is for you! Still waiting you come to visit Italy…so I’ll prepare some “special” dish just for you! It will be a tasty preparation: first of all you clean the Fin Fishes as per instruction in the category “Preparations”; this recipe is very close to  “Linguine with Fin Fish Sauce”: see category […]

Italian Recipes: Cooking Traditional “Cucina Italiana” Foods: Vegetarian – Stuffed Artichoke – Aldentekitchen

  Italian Recipes: Cooking Traditional “Cucina Italiana” Foods:  Vegetarian – Stuffed Artichoke – Aldentekitchen Artichoke: simply lovely! today we are going to use a particular quality witout thorns, in Genoa we call this type “Carciofo Romano” or “Mammola” their taste is less aggressive than that of those having thorns, but pay attention: even though the “Mammole” […]

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