Mad & Delicacy Italian recipes

Hazelnuts cake

The best way to avoid the Christmas shopping frenzy is to be at home baking our hazelnuts cake with your children … and do not forget to play nice Christmas songs in the background!

When the cake is out of the oven, bring out all the Christmas decorations you have at home, and let your children adorn the cake as best as they can. Enjoy every single moment with your loved ones!

 

Would you like to try this cake?? the recipe here

Pasta with Black Cabbage Pesto

 

 

The black cabbage is a vegetable rich of antioxidants and anti-inflammatories. Therefore, this weekly recipe is not only quick but also healthy.

We are aware that black cabbage is not a common vegetable, especially out of Italy, but we’ve been lucky to find it at Mercatino delle verdure (Ca’- Cucina, Rebekkavej 49 – Hellerup).

If you are looking for some fresh products, imported from Italy, go visit the Mercatino delle verdure. We are sure you’ll find something to give an Italian twist to your table!

 

Find the recipe here: black cabbage spaghetti

An Italian Christmas on your table

We are delighted to present our first recipes collection:

“An Italian Christmas on your table”
You can now find the e-book  or the paper version on Amazon. With a simple swipe of a finger you can buy it! Just start from the link below:

An Italian Christmas on your table

For more info take a look here 

Preparing Radicchio rosso tardivo di Treviso and Radicchio variegato di Castelfranco

This week we present two recipes that will be prepared with two culinary excellences from North Italy: the Radicchio rosso tardivo di Treviso and the Radicchio variegato di Casterlfranco.

Here we go with our two recipes, designed to better appreciate the unmistakably delicate bitter taste of these two types of radicchio: Pumpkin cream with Radicchio rosso tardivo di Treviso, and Radicchio salad with apples.

The recipes in the link here.

 

El Bicerin - a coffe drink from Turin (Italy)

Perk up your lazy Monday with El Bicerin (which means small glass in Italian dialect). This is a drink born in Turin in the 18th century, in the historical cafe’, which no wonder  is still named El Bicerin.

El Bicerin is a heavenly combination of hot chocolate, espresso coffee and cream layered in a small glass. The best way to savour El Bicerin is to not mix the layers. The secret is to sip the drink leaving its components to melt on the palate, with their different taste, density and temperature.

Try it and you’ll get addicted!

do you want to try it? take a look here for the recipe

 
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