Mexican Night | jovina cooks

Mexican Night | jovina cooks

My market had a sale on Florida mini peppers. I like stuffing large peppers, so I thought I would try something similar with all these mini peppers. After thinking about what ingredients I would use – I came up with Nachos. I replaced the chips with mini peppers and this recipe turned out to be […]

Homemade Creamy Baked Pancetta Macaroni

Homemade Creamy Baked Pancetta Macaroni

Homemade Creamy Baked Pancetta Macaroni – Creamy Baked Pasta Dish We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it.Ok Source link

The Realities of Risotto – Italian Food Forever

The Realities of Risotto – Italian Food Forever

April 2, 2018 Risotto, is an Italian specialty that is in fact the dominant staple in some northern regions, where it is often preferred over pasta. Cultivated in Lombardy, Piedmonte, and the Veneto, risotto can be traced as far back as the eleventh century, when the short grain we know as risotto today was brought […]

Italian Manicotti (Crespelles) | jovina cooks

Italian Manicotti (Crespelles) | jovina cooks

Manicotti in many regions of Italy are actually called Crespelles. They are a perfect light start as a “primo” (first) course for a special Italian meal.In America, manicotti are often made with pasta tubes. But for true manicotti made the Italian way, the shells should be light crepes, not made from boiled pasta. Cheese or […]

Easy Homemade Hot Cross Scones

Easy Homemade Hot Cross Scones

Easy Homemade Hot Cross Scones,  with all the amazing flavours of the traditional Easter Hot Cross Buns. These are the perfect, easy and delicious answer.  So good, everyone will love them. Hot Cross Scones I love scones, the Italian loves scones!  Scones are my breakfast dream come true.  And since hot cross buns are not […]

Hot Cross Buns And A Few Superstitions

Hot Cross Buns And A Few Superstitions

Myths And Traditions About Hot Cross Buns According To The Smithsonian: Hot Cross Buns are traditionally eaten during Lent, especially in the week leading up to Easter. Marked with an icing cross on top, they’ve been a holiday staple in many countries for centuries. (Versions of the hot cross bun even appeared in ancient Greece.) […]

Italian Baccala Linguine Recipe - An Italian in my...

Italian Baccala Linguine Recipe – An Italian in my…

March 30, 2018 By Rosemary Leave a Comment Italian Baccala Linguine is a delicious Easy Recipe.  Dried Salt Cod cooked to perfection in a perfectly spiced tomato sauce,  then tossed with your favourite al dent pasta.  So good. Baccala Linguine Recipe Ever since I made my mother-in-law’s Baccala and Chickpeas recipe, the Italian has been […]

Vegetarian “Meatballs” Made From Egglant & Cannell...

Vegetarian “Meatballs” Made From Egglant & Cannell…

March 29, 2018 I am always on the lookout for tasty vegetarian Italian recipes, and although I have recipes on the blog for Bread Meatballs, along with Lentil Meatballs, I was intrigued when I read about making meatballs using eggplant and white beans. I found some recipes online for eggplant meatballs, and tried one but […]

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