The Sicilian Cassata (Cassata Siciliana), perhaps the most famous sweet islander, is a layered cake made of sponge cake soaked in liquor, combined with ricotta, fruit and marzipan.
Born in Sicily (Sicilia), cassata has become a traditional Easter dish in all of Italy. Despite the apparent simplicity, a recipe for a unique dessert is in almost every city on the island. But traditional, nevertheless, is considered a cassata from Palermo (Palermo).
Like many dishes with ancient history, the roots of cassata are Sicilian lost in the mists of time. Continue reading
Italian pasta dishes are everyday food, but they are not simple pasta. During cooking, spices and grated cheese are used, making the spaghetti turn into stunningly delicious food.
Spaghetti – 370 g.
Bacon – 125 g.
A few tablespoons of oil (olive).
Pelati tomatoes – 0.8 kg. Continue reading
The charm of a fairy tale is not born immediately. It is not enough to compose it, it is also necessary to tell it properly. Take the same Kolobok. Children are well aware of what happened to those who thought of themselves as a bakery product. Following the storyline is desirable, but not necessary, if only it would be interesting. luckyraccoon, Shutterstock.com Let Kolobok meet anyone in the forest, even the Knights of the Round Table riding on brontosaurs. May he save not only himself, but also the princess with golden hair and increased amorousness from the machinations of starving representatives of the middle fauna. Continue reading