This popular Tuscan dish is essentially a massive T-bone steak that is shared between two or more people. You can use any beef for Bistecca alla Fiorentina, but because of the delicacy of the traditional meat (from Chianina cattle), it is best cooked simply without any bells and whistles, and served rare to emphasise the flavour.
Be bold with your Easter menu and put together this traditional Easter pie! This special Italian dish is also known as Torta Pasqualina in Italian.
Use up any stale bread for this dish! Mozzarella en carozza is a Neapolitan antipasto dish that translates to ‘mozzarella in a carriage’.
It only takes a few fresh ingredients to whip up a delicious in season meal! This chicken in tomato sauce is an Italian favourite we can’t get enough of!
Known as pollo al limone in Italian, this fresh lemon chicken makes the perfect springtime dish! Serve with your choice of vegetables and herbs.
These fried dumplings hail from the north-eastern region of Italy. Serve gnocco fritto with chunky tomato sauce, Parmesan and some cold meats and cheeses.
It’s an Italian fiesta! Chickpea fritters, or panelle, are a popular Sicilian street dish that are often eaten sandwiched between slices of bread, or on their own with olive oil and balsamic vinegar.