This is a quick and easy version of the classic "Gnocchi alla romana" dish from the Italian capital. The gnocchi are made out of fine semolina, butter, milk and fresh herbs. Instead of boiling, the fresh gnocchi are baked with a rich cheese sauce. So good!
Along with other infamous dishes, such as carbonara and amatriciana, 'Spaghetti alla gricia' is served in every restaurant in Rome! It is a very simple dish of pasta, cured pork and cheese. Like other local dishes, the traditional version uses guanciale, a bacon-style cured meat from around the pig's cheek. It's a very old recipe - some say that this was the dish Romans cooked before tomatoes were available in Italy.
A true Italian classic! Considering its simplicity, there's only one rule to respect when you are making this fabulous dish: use Italian ingredients!
Not to be confused with the traditional potato gnocchi, gnocchi alla romana are semolina dumplings, baked with cheese and butter. In this recipe, speck (Northern Italian bacon-style cured meat) is added to the mix, for a tastier version of this classical Roman dish.
This buckwheat pasta dish originated in the Valtellina valley in the Lombardy region of Italy. Robust and hearty, the pasta is cooked with cubes of potato and slices of chard, then baked with an abundance of local cheeses and butter to make a deliciously creamy, unique pasta dish. If you cannot get your hands on Casera or Bitto cheese, you can use Fontina, Montasio, Raclette or Gouda.
Cooked pasta is tossed together with ricotta cheese, sugar, eggs and vanilla before being baked. The result is a delicious dessert, similar to that of baked rice pudding. It's creamy, sweet and deliciously moreish.
This is a delectable pasta dish, which is fruity, tangy, creamy and peppery. Homemade goats cheese ravioli is tossed in a tomato-pineapple sauce.
Once you make this lasagne, it will become a family favourite. Lasagne sheets are layered with a meat sauce and cheese mixture, before being baked to perfection.
Delicious family recipe my mum made and then taught me, so easy to cook and very cheap ideal for families and students,s etc. Perfect winter warmer.
If you love cheese, you must indulge in this pasta! Ready in no time and loved by kids of all ages. Make sure all your cheese is fresh! Don't forget to dip some bread into the sauce at the end.