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Barilla® Spaghetti with Vegetarian Sauce
Cantucci (Dry Almond Cookies)
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Anise Ring Cakes
Erbazzone (Spinach Pie)
Focaccia with Potatoes
Apple Fritters (Friuli Venezia Giulia)
A colourful and tasty vegetarian first course with a captivating flavor.
This cake is a classic recipe from Modena. It is a dry cake that lasts for several days and can be eaten year-round. It is perfect for breakfast and served with afternoon tea.
This variant on a traditional dessert that has been popular since the Middle Ages will delight you with its intense almond flavor.
These tempting little coconut treats are irresistible at the end of a meal.
Liven up your Carnival with these festive and tempting cookies!
Certainly one of the most famous Italian dry cookies, cantucci are particularly suited to round off a meal with a glass of fine “passito” wine. A classic recipe to be enjoyed year-round.
Light and soft, this ring cake is an ideal snack or tempting dessert at the end of a meal.
Made without eggs or butter, these small ring cakes are anise-flavored and are famous for their fresh, strong taste.
A very tasty yet delicate dish, this white stew combines many typical Italian flavors.
A classic recipe from Emilia-Romagna, this rustic spinach pie is traditionally eaten during picnics in the spring. It is usually served with a glass of Lambrusco.
Soft and inviting, this delicious potato focaccia with cherry tomatoes is ideal as a snack or appetizer.
The strong taste of the anchovies combined with a pinch of chili pepper will spice up your frittata.
These crunchy, tasty fritters from Calabria are wonderful: they are made with batter-fried whitebait.
A sweet treat that shows how versatile apples can be.
Containing no eggs, these crunchy cookies are wonderful for breakfast or for a relaxing coffee break.