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Torta Colonne (Sour Cherry Tart)
Sweet and Savory Pie
Mezze Penne with Anchovies
Spaghetti with Garlic and Tomato
Spaghetti with Garlic, Oil and Anchovies
Sardinian Flatbread Fritters
Parrozzo (Chocolate Cake)
Sfincione (Sicilian-style Focaccia)
Struffoli (Honey Fritters)
Artichoke Torta Rustica
Barilla® Whole Grain Linguine with a Roasted Red Pepper Sauce
Almonds and sour cherry jam lend this tempting cake its unique and intriguing flavor.
A soft yogurt and peach cake for a sweet break.
This Italian hazelnut torte is easy to make and a wonderful ending to a meal.
The contrast between sweet and savory flavors makes this dish unforgettable.
A quick and easy recipe: anchovy and tomato sauce is perfectly combined with a pinch of hot pepper and fragrant garlic.
Very fine tagliatelle are delicious cooked in meat broth: they are particularly tasty in a hot, nutritious soup.
These traditional meatless balls from Calabria can be enjoyed as an appetizer or an entrée
Spaghetti, garlic, oil and tomatoes are the ingredients for one of the most classic first courses in traditional Italian cuisine.
An ideal recipe for a quick and easy yet tasty first course.
Traditional Sardinian crispy dough and flatbread fritters, fried and drizzled with honey.
This soft cake is preferably served in the winter so that the chocolate does not run
This is a specialty of the city of Palermo, but is popular throughout Sicily. This focaccia is an age-old accompaniment to many different dishes.
Small honey-flavored fritters: this is known as a dessert for good luck, because it consists of many little balls, a symbol of abundance.
A traditional savory pie that combines the healthy properties of artichoke without sacrificing the goodness of home cooking.
The garden fresh flavor of roasted red peppers adds zest to classic Whole Grain Linguine with a hint of onion, Romano and Italian seasonings.