Since we all come from a Traian, of course the list of recipes to try was super-ultra-mega long. 😀 Great thing, at least in my case, that I’m fussy. 🙂
Bruschetta con pomodoro meaning tomato bruschetta: toast, on top of which you put chopped red tomatoes, garlic, basil, olive oil. I added some celery and roasted peppers.
Prosciutto with figs or prosciutto and figs. Good, simple, fast.
Insalata di rucola, prosciutto, pera, e parmigiano means a salad with arugula, prosciutto, pears and parmesan, plus a dressing with vinegar, mustard and oil, plus some sweet onions (shallots). Well, in the end, all I’ve got were the pig and the pear. :)))
Ziti con broccoli, in short pasta with broccoli; you don’t know, but I went to the shops to look for ziti, only we have many brands of pasta, but few variations. Sad.
Insalata di riso, rice salad, which actually contains two ingredients, rice and peas, plus vinaigrette. Disastrously complicated. :))
I also tried his version of eggplant with parmesan, parmigiana di melanzane, in which he mixes eggplant, zucchini and mushrooms, plus a little chopped onion, with tomato sauce and cheese.
Well, and the pork, the lamb and the beef? We leave something for next year. :))))
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