The seafood spaghetti can be found on almost every Italian restaurant menu, in a number of variants: Sonia’s version is made with mussels, clams, squids and scampi! Find this and many more recipes with pictures on the Giallozafferano App (in English) itunes.apple.com *** The recipe we’ll be preparing today is a very famous first course: the seafood spaghetti. There are a number of variants of this dish, according to different places and seasons… but the absolute essentials are mussels and clams, to which you can add for example scampi, squids, shrimps and baby cuttlefish

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Cook some Italian home made healthy vegetarian delicious lasagna with mum – learn the secrets of european cooking ~ ^__^ mom Julie came over to learn how to make some EU food to cook at home in China ~ so I thought I’d film and share with the world ^__^ Film yourself making it and post a video response ~ Have some happy delicious eating times ~ INGREDIENTS onion oil (mix of your favorite vegetables) pasta sauce italian herbs: basil, oregano, etc. vegetable salt/ sea salt lasagna sheets (fresh or dried) (white sauce: flour, oil, soy milk) METHOD `Cut up onion and fry with oil `cut up other vegetables, frying them with the onion, then covering `add herbs `add sauce `White sauce: mix 3 heaps of flour with a pan of oil, when smooth and sizzling, add milk to make a thick paste `on a lasagna dish, start with a thin layer of sauce, then alternating layers of lasagna sheet and sauce, finishing with a layer of lasagna sheet, then the white sauce. `bake for 25 minutes on 200 degrees celsius (392 fahrenheit) `leave for 1/2 hour `best eaten the next day (so it’s not so soggy), rebake to warm up

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