How to caramelize a mold
How to make bread dough
How to make classic puff pastry
How to make coffee on the stovetop
How to make dough without butter
How to make polenta
How to make shortcrust pastry
How to plump raisins
How to soak beans
In addition to decorating your favorite molds, caramel provides a delicious slightly bitter after taste to your favorite desserts.
Tags: Basic technique, Easy, sugar, Water, 20 minutes
Bread is probably the most common food in the world and is certainly a main stable in Italy. Here is a basic bread recipe, which can be used in your ...
Tags: Basic technique, durum wheat "0" type flour, Easy, extra-virgin olive oil, salt, Water, yeast, more than 1 hour
Puff pastry is one of the basic culinary preparations. If can be used in both sweet and savory dishes, like vol-au-vent, millefoglie e many others.
Tags: Basic technique, butter, Easy, salt, superfine flour (00 double zero), Water
Italian coffee is famous throughout the world. Try preparing it on the stovetop using a “Moka” coffeemaker.
Tags: Basic technique, coffee, Easy, Water
Pizza, bread, pasta and many other Italian foods are made from butter-less dough. Learn how to prepare the dough here.
Tags: "soft" wheat flour, Basic technique, brewer's yeast, Easy, extra-virgin olive oil, salt, Water
Typically served in the alpine region of Northern Italy, polenta is the perfect complement to fatty meat, stews, succulent fish and vegetables.
Tags: Basic technique, salt, Water, Medium, 60 minutes
Quick and simple to prepare, shortcrust pastry is perfect for making quiche, savory tarts and appetizers.
Tags: 10 minutes, Basic technique, butter, Easy, salt, superfine flour (00 double zero), Water
Raisins can be eaten as dried fruit or used in to make many delicious desserts or sweet-and-sour dishes.
Tags: alcohol, Basic technique, Easy, raisin, Water
Healthy and tasty, beans are one of the most commonly used ingredients in rustic Italian recipes.
Tags: Basic technique, dried bean, Easy, Water