Chicken Adana is a delicious kebab that is perfect for grilling season! Ground chicken is flavored with herbs and spices and then grilled until charred on the outside and juicy within. These Turkish-style kebabs are easy to make, and they can be made in advance, perfect for a backyard party. Cook these outside on your outdoor grill or bring them inside and cook them in a skillet or griddle pan. Add a salad and some flatbread, and you have an easy summer dinner.
Here is Authentic Italian Tiramisu Recipe, an Italian dessert made of savoiardi ladyfingers soaked in coffee, arranged in layers and filled with a cream made with mascarpone and eggs. Tiramisu is one of the most famous Italian dessert in the world, born in Treviso (a lovely town near Venice), delicious and easy to make.
Chocolate salami is one of the most popular no-bake Italian desserts, made with dark chocolate, biscuits, eggs, butter and sugar. Every Italian family has its own recipe: we have chosen to make chocolate salami with eggs because the traditional recipe requires them but you can make it without, just replacing them with a little milk. It can be enriched by adding pistachios or hazelnuts to the mixture: toast them for a few minutes in a pan or in the oven to make them even tastier.
It’s Struffoli time! These Italian honey balls are nothing more than small fried balls of dough, caramelized in honey and decorated with rainbow sprinkles and candied fruit. Struffoli is a typical Italian dessert for Christmas that in December you can find in every home and Italian pastry shop.
Italian Crostata is the Italian dessert recipe for excellence, made with pasta frolla and jam. Crostata is a genuine, simple, incredibly greedy dessert that everyone in Italy loves deeply! Italian Crostata is a sweet treat for any occasion. You can transform it into a thousand different tarts, depending on the filling: fruit tart, chocolate tart, custard tart, ricotta tart or apple tart.