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Mozzarella, Anchovies Stuffed eggplant

In Chinese cuisine, the eggplant is usually braised (红烧茄子), stewed (鱼香茄子), or steamed (凉拌茄子). When I tried this dish in Italy, I discovered the complete different way to enjoy eggplant. Try it, you will not be disappointed!

Baked Zucchini

This dish can be served as appetizer and main dish as well. Restaurants in Rome specialize in deep-frying the flowers, known as fiori di zucca.

Chicken roll with anchovies, sage and chives

Veal rolls stuffed with prosciutto is a very traditional Rome recipe. In this recipe, we use the chicken to replace the veal and use other ingredients as filling. What is the difference? Try it, and you will find the answer.

Egg in cocotte

Grilled Mushroom

Grilling and barbecue, seems same thing for me. both ways is a form of cooking that involves dry heat applied to the surface of food. Grill-pan plays an important role in the whole process, if you enjoy indoor home barbecue.

Agnolotti butter pasta

I call this filled pasta "Italian dumping", stuffed with meat or cheese spinach mixture are two common types. Agnolotti can be found in refrigerator section in supermarket.

Mozzarella and Anchovies Crostini

What is the difference between bruschetta and crostini? They are both an Italian appetizer consisting of small slices of grilled or toasted bread and topping. Similar? yes! Told by an Italian chef said the bread used as Bruschetta is more country style, and the topping will not be toasted. Crostini, sliced bread with topping is toasted together.

Grilled Zucchini and Shrimp

This is an Italian style dish. But grilled-pan used in this dish is not really popular in Italy, instead it is an typical American cooking tool. This heavy pan is not expensive at all, but be very useful. A good tool for you enjoying indoor barbecue.

Chickpeas with pasta

Chickpeas are high in protein. It is an important vegetable in India and Pakistan country, and popular in Europe as well. Chickpeas with Pasta is one of Rome's favorite humble dishes. Today due to cheaply available beans and pasta, this dish can be widely found, even in restaurants that do not feature Italian cuisine.

Raspberry Tart

"Pastry+custard+sweet raspberry on top", that is the definition of "Raspberry Tart" we will bring today.

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