Tag: appetizers

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Rustic Savory Pie with Artichokes and Cheese

The rustic savory pie with artichokes and cheese is a dish that can be served as an appetizer or it can be eaten as a single dish. The preparation of the savory pie with artichokes and cheeses is quite simple and starts with a layer of “pasta brisée” which is stuffed with a filling made […]

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Fried Soft White Bread Rolls

The Fried Soft White Bread Rolls are an easy and tasty recipe, they are very crunchy on the outside but, warm and soft flowing inside. Fried rolls can be filled with whatever you want, with spreadable cheese and speck, with ricotta and spinach, with tomatoes and mozzarella and so on. And you can decide to bake them instead of […]

Antipasti and Savory Cakes Main Dishes The Salty of Solo Dolce

Original Eggplant Parmigiana Recipe

Eggplant Parmigiana is one of the most famous and loved Italian recipes, it is especially prepared in southern Italy with many delicious variations! Like fried, grilled, baked, with mozzarella, and other types of cheese. This dish does not have a clear origin place but three places still constantly fight over that it was made there. These […]

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Crispy and Foamy Canapés

Enjoy these Cheese Canapés, they are a real delight😋!. A crunchy cheese morsel that wraps a frothy mascarpone mousse and ricotta, with intense and slightly sour dill. Easy to make and useful for many occasions, to be used as quick appetizers when you have guests or for a party.

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Arancine – Arancini

Disagreement: arancina or arancino (singular) arancine or arancini (plural)? 🙄 In Italian, nouns end in a vowel and all nouns have a gender, even those that refer to a qualities, ideas, and things. Usually, Italian singular masculine nouns end in -o, while feminine nouns end in –a. In Western Sicily people say “arancina” but in Eastern […]

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