I am really excited about sharing my recipe for this Low Fodmap Pesto with you today.
Low Fodmap Ragù Bianco
Today, I am back with a traditional Italian recipe: Low Fodmap Ragù Bianco! Ok, maybe the “Low Fodmap” part is not very traditional, however, this version adapted for delicate tummies tastes exactly the same as the “regular” version.
Lemon Round-Up 2020
Welcome to my Lemon Round-Up 2020! If you like lemons, this is definitely the place to be! In this post, I will share with you a compilation of MsM’s best Lemon based recipes.
Buon giorno! Today I am back with another delicious summer-inspired recipe: Mulberry Granita.
Easter 2019 Recipe Round Up
Today I will share with you my Easter 2019 Recipe Round-Up, with plenty of delicious recipes and fun ideas to prepare during the Easter time.
Today I will share with you a traditional recipe from the region of South Tyrol, in the Alpine area of Italy that borders with Austria: Kaiserschmarrn.
Low Fodmap Calamari Risotto
I am so happy about sharing the recipe for this Low Fodmap Calamari Risotto with you! As you may know, I was born in Milan which is the place where risotto was first invented.
Lightened-up Eggplant Caponata
After sharing with you the recipe for traditional Eggplant Caponata, today I am back with an healthier and quicker version of this Sicilian summer classic: Lightened-up Eggplant Caponata.
With Easter just around the corner, I obviously had to share a traditional Italian Easter recipe! So, today I will show you how to make Easter Taralli.
Schiacciata alla Fiorentina
Tomorrow is Mardi Gras or Carnevale as we call it in Italy. Carnevale is a big event in Italy – kids even stay home from school! Everyone dresses up for almost a week and goes on parades with all kinds of floats.
Ziti with Neapolitan Meat Ragout #Napolicious
I am very excited about today’s recipe! I am partnering with Pasta Garofalo to bring to you Ziti with Neapolitan Meat Ragout, the quintessential Sunday supper meal. As the name suggests, this mouth-watering dish is typical of the beautiful southern city of Naples. This is a city that has been ruled by many different people…
A few weeks ago, I shared with you the recipe for Veal Marsala. Today instead I am back with a modern twist to the classic recipe. In fact, I will show you how to make Meatball Marsala. The sauce is not exactly the same as the one used for Veal Marsala, so make sure you…
Who doesn’t like a good stew in winter? I sure do! And Goulash is one of my favourite stews. It’s tasty, hearty, packed with flavour and easy to make. When I think of Goulash, 2 things come to my mind: Hungary and my grandmother. No, she wasn’t Hungarian, but she loved Goulash and it was…
Today I am going to share with you a traditional recipe from Naples: Danubio. It can be considered the “cousin” of both savoury baba and casatiello. Danubio is a savoury brioche made up of many small balls filled with a variety of fillings. It is often prepared for Easter, but not only. It is traditionally…
If you follow Manu’s Menu you will very luckily know by now that I have just written a book about pasta: Homemade Pasta Made Simple. It’s been available for pre-order on Amazon for a few weeks, and it has now been officially released! Yay! Click here to get your copy now! So, to celebrate such…
Homemade Pasta Made Simple
As you probably already know, in the past few months, I have been working really hard on a very exciting project. I know I have been keeping you on your toes, but the time has finally come to introduce my latest work of love: Homemade Pasta Made Simple.
Pasta with Baby Eggplants
Finally I am back with another pasta recipe! This Pasta with Baby Eggplants is a dish my grandmother used to make in Sicily. I have always loved it… it’s very easy to make and whenever I find baby eggplants at the grocer, I always buy them to make this pasta. What sets this sauce aside…
This year’s Easter recipe is Fiadoni. Fiadoni are a typical Easter dish from Abruzzo, in Central Italy. They are savoury ravioli, filled with cheese and then baked until golden brown. Usually, the cheese is a mix of dry grated sheep’s milk cheese (like Pecorino Romano) and a milder, less aged sheep’s milk cheese. I used…
Today I will share with you the recipe for Dolci Pellegrino, traditional lemon flavoured cookies from the city of Naples. Apparently these cookies, like many other Neapolitan and Sicilian sweets, were created by the nuns of a convent. These nuns were also helping out at the Pellegrini Hospital (thus the name) and would make these…
Tomorrow is Mardi Gras or, as we Italians call it, Carnevale! Carnevale is a big thing in Italy and all kids dress up for almost a week and go on parades with all kinds of floats. It’s a little bit like “our Halloween”, when kids tell jokes, make pranks and throw coriandoli (coloured paper confetti)…
Biscotti della Tresca
I am very happy about today’s post. If you follow Manu’s Menu, you will know that this blog is all about authentic Italian food. I do share many modern Italian recipes, but what makes me really happy is the possibility to share more traditional not so famous recipes, and above all, regional recipes. Italian food…
Sicilian Sweet and Sour Mackerel
My parents are here for the holidays and, like every year, I get to eat food from my childhood cooked by my mother. We used to eat a lot of fish when living in Italy and today I will share my mother’s recipe for one of my favourite dishes: Sicilian Sweet and Sour Mackerel –…
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