Sweet Taralli, or “taralli Dolci” as we say in Italian, are ring-shaped cookies typical from Campania (the region where Naples is) and that you can find with the name of “ciambelline” in other parts of Italy as well.
In the gluten free pasta world “orecchiette” – one of my absolute favorites – is impossible to find. So one day I took some buckwheat flour and started making homemade gluten free orecchiette with my dad ?
As you can imagine, Easter treats are huge in Italy! And because I wanted to stick to this delicious Italian tradition, I created a recipe for Paleo Easter Egg Cookies together with a quick video that shows you how to make them.
Italians know it well, making gnocchi without the right potatoes can be a key for disaster. Imagine making gluten free paleo gnocchi that are potato free as well!
You know how it is, we Italians love our tomato sauce ? Tomatoes, especially when it comes to cooking Italian food, are a true staple. Pizza Margherita and Pasta Bolognese are not the same when made without marinara sauce.
I don’t think there’s something I love more than “pastafrolla” (Italian for shortbread). Maybe because it’s the treat of my childhood, the main ingredient of my favorite pie, crostata, or maybe because it’s actually the best thing ever… but this friable and crunchy pastry dough is truly amazing.
I was strolling around the streets of Bologna, one of the most historic and beautiful towns of Italy, with my partner in crime / travel buddy / soulmate aka my husband… and I made one of the most exciting discoveries: Italian grain free pasta that only consists of ONE ingredient!