A secret to Italian cooking, discover the land of Sicilian salt.
Celebrate Easter with a traditional Cassata cake of ricotta cheese, dark chocolate and candied fruit.
This delicious Italian crostata is ideal for a winter breakfast or snack and filled with a vibrant blood orange marmalade.
It’s hard to think of salads in the cooler months that use seasonal produce and are still refreshing. This Italian-inspired side made with fennel, sesame seeds, pistachios and Parmigiano Reggiano is a great way to get your winter vegetables.
Typical Sicilian cookies, these pine nut delights are delicious and naturally gluten and dairy free so all your eaters may enjoy them.
Traditional orange cake from Sicily is sweetened with honey to create a rustic and fragrant dessert.
Stewed eggplant that is fresh or preserved from summer creates a delicious side or lunch served over toasted bread.
Learn the mythology behind Sicilian almonds and then make a soft, lightly sweetened almond cake.
Try this easy Sicilian summer recipe of eggplant rolls filled with tomato, basil, and cheese.
Sicilian Zucchini Parmesan, or Parmigiana DiZucchine, resembles lasagna in its construction, but has a distinct flavor and texture. It’s a hearty, gluten-free dish that’s bursting with flavor.
A simple pasta is common during a hot summer in Italy. Use the best tomatoes, quality olive oil and pasta for a flavorful dish like you might see in Sicily.
Similar to a bolognese this hearty Sicilian lentil pasta is flavorful with mushrooms and pancetta.
Try this Mediterranean bell pepper side dish that has all the flavors and colors of a Sicilian summer.
The city of Modica is one of the final places in the world where one can find and enjoy pure chocolate made the same way the Aztecs used to.
This version of fried rice balls is stuffed to the max with delicious meat and cheese.
This vegan version of Pesto alla Siciliana is a pesto for fall – hearty, chunky, and filling with a touch of heat to warm you up on a crisp evening.
Ideal for a gathering, this cheesecake is not too dense with its rich addition of ricotta. Serve with berries of the season or make a berry sauce to accompany.
If you’re a coffee drinker, I think you’ll swoon over one of these cakes with your coffee.
The decadence that this dessert holds is undeniable to any sweet tooth and has been for generations.