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Homemade Naan

Every culture around the world has some type of flatbread that dates back to the oldest recorded history.  One popular flatbread with a Naan which was first recorded by an Indian poet back in 1300 AD. Naan is traditionally made in a tandoor oven with very high heat.  You can make a homemade version of Naan bread which I demonstrate in this video! See how to make homemade Naan bread in Episode 105 of POV Italian Cooking.  


Eggs in Purgatory

Eggs in Purgatory, or Uova al Purgatorio is a deliciously different dish for brunch. This southern Italian dish with an evocative name is a heavenly blend of flavors.  The eggs cook in a richly seasoned Bolognese sauce that is rich in taste and hearty in texture. The still simmering sauce blends with the never failing flavor of egg yolk to create an explosion of flavor matched only by the aromatic eruption. See the Sound of Flavor from Eggs in Purgatory 


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!



 
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