Taste the World

Roasted Red Pepper Hummus

Traditional humus is made from garbanzo beans (also called chickpeas), tahini, extra virgin olive oil, garlic, lemon juice, salt and other flavorful ingredients.  This outstanding spread dates back to Egypt in the 13th century and remains a popular Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine.   See how I make Roasted Red Pepper Hummus in episode 104 of POV Italian Cooking.


Watch now at https://youtu.be/hJP7qiGL3NM


Sound of Flavor - Chicken Puttanesca

Chicken simmering in the powerfully aromatic puttanesca sauce. "Puttanesca" translates to "in the style of prostitutes" because it is believed that the pungent aromas of this sauce was used by Neapolitan prostitutes to lure in potential customers.

Watch now at https://youtu.be/kON7Hn_5CKw



Chicken Piccata - Sound of Flavor

Chicken cutlets simmering in a sauce of butter, wine, chicken stock, lemon juice and capers make the incredibly easy to cook, but delicious, Chicken Piccata. Watch now at https://youtu.be/XHMdsaLRxYM and prepare to be HUNGRY!



Sound of Flavor - Chicken with Marsala Marinade and Vegetables

I love the sound of Chicken that had been marinated in marsala and honey sizzling on my Blackstone griddle with some mushrooms and onions!  That beautiful sizzling sound can only be matched by the outstanding aroma drifting in the breeze.  


Watch now at https://youtu.be/_5WPkPmjvGM



Sound of Flavor - Chicken with Marsala Marinade and Vegetables

I love the sound of Chicken that had been marinated in marsala and honey sizzling on my Blackstone griddle with some mushrooms and onions!  That beautiful sizzling sound can only be matched by the outstanding aroma drifting in the breeze.  


Watch now at https://youtu.be/_5WPkPmjvGM



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Eat the Season: The Gnudi from Tuscany

Spinach is available year round but in this period you find the fall variety characterised by more succulent leaves. Spinach is a good reservoir of minerals and vitamins, as long as it is consumed strictly raw. If you have to cook them as in this recipe, it’s better if you steam the spinach to preserve the nutrients. Now you are all set to prepare this recipe from Tuscany: the Gnudi. This name, in Tuscan dialect, means naked, as they are not covered with dough. The lightness and delicacy of this dish is the strength of the Gnudi, which are best accompanied by a fresh dressing light tomato sauce or butter and sage.




The recipe in the link: Gnudi


Orangello

If you love limoncello then you may want to give Orangecello a try! In this short video I share how to modify the Limoncello that I made in episode 91 of POV Italian Cooking to make Orangecello.  


Watch now at https://youtu.be/scqWBvaoMcs



Orangello

If you love limoncello then you may want to give Orangecello a try! In this short video I share how to modify the Limoncello that I made in episode 91 of POV Italian Cooking to make Orangecello.  


Watch now at https://youtu.be/scqWBvaoMcs