Tag Archive for: Italian Cuisine

Italy – Bistecca Alla Fiorentina

Bistecca Alla Fiorentina is a special Tuscan T- bone steak whose meat is gathered from a special breed of cow known as Chianina cow. The beauty of this steak is its appearance as it attracts people towards it. It is more like a celebratory dish as it has a quite bit of history behind it. The first Bistecca steak was made in the year 1565 during the celebrations in the honor of San Lorenzo at the time of the Medici. Fiorentina steak is one of the best steaks in the world in terms of flavor and also the outcome after cooking it.

Italy, UK – Creamy Macaroni With Cheesy Sauce

Macaroni with creamy cheese is another formula of the dish which is just delightful and outstanding in taste. Here it is the popular and famous dish of ITALY. The place of origin of Ranch Creamy and Cheesy Macaroni is Italy. It is originated in Southern Italy in the 13th century.

The United Kingdom, Italy – Pizza Without Oven

Pizza has become the most local cuisine here in the USA and UK and other European countries. The word pizza was first introduced in 997 A.D in central Italy and Gaeta. The most important thing in this dish is that I’ve made it without using any oven.

Italy – Osso Bucco With Gremolata

OSSO BUCCO is an Lombardy cuisine which is an region of Italy. It is basically a cut of veal shank which is cooked inside of a Mirepoix (a type of sauce). The meaning of “Osso Bucco” is “Bone With A Hole” which refers to the center of the veal shank which has a “Marrow Hole”. OSSO BUCCO came into existence in the region of Lombardy in the 19th century.

Italy – Panzanella (Bread and Tomato Salad)

Panzanella is considered to be a very important dish as it is about 500 years old. The original idea was to give people something they can easily afford for the whole week with minimum ingredients. Panzanella is an Italian word and consists of two meanings separately. This dish is considered to be originated in Tuscany Italy.

Italy – Insalata Caprese (Caprese Salad)

Caprese salad is the Italian word for Insalata Caprese. When translated Insalata Caprese means “Salad Of Capri”. Capri is an island located near the city of Naples. The ingredients in the dish are of the same color as the National flag of Italy: green, white and red. Therefore this dish represents the whole Italy. This salad was first noticed in the year 1920 and then was introduced in the menu of a hotel named Quisisana. There are many variations of Caprese salad all over the world.

Italy – Carbonara

The best pasta dish ever made in Italy is Carbonara. It is a pasta dish which is made by adding finely cooked pieces of Guanciale together with a creamy sauce of egg yolks and then finished off by adding cooked pasta. The name Carbonara is not old it is relatively more newer than the dish itself. It is derived from the word carbonaro which means “coal burner”. There are many variations of the dish.

Italy – Ribollita

Ribollita is an another remarkable cuisine of the Tuscan region in Italy. It originated in Tuscany where this soup was so common because it was made from leftover items. Ribollita is an Italian word which when translated into English means “Reboiled”. Meanwhile, Ribollita was also named the dish of the poor because of its history and also one of the major factor was that it was cheap.

Italy – Arancini

Arancini is an Italian classic dish which is basically rice balls stuffed with ingredients like meat and cheese. Arancini came into existence in the 10th century in the city of Sicily. It is also regarded as the “Sicily’s cuisine”. Arancini is an Italian word whose meaning is “little orange”. It has a small history but it is loved everywhere.

Italy – Tiramisu

Tiramisu is said to be the best dessert in all of Italy because of its beautiful textures and remarkable taste which sets the tone for the people. It is easy to make at home and more easy to enjoy afterwards. This dish is said to be made first in 1960 in the region of Veneto, a region in the North of Italy and has many cities inside it. Tiramisu is an Italian word which means “pick me up” or “cheer me up”. It is served at the end of the meal and is a way of cheering people up through its taste.