A typical dish of Sicilian cuisine, the flavours of eggplant and basil shine! The nutty notes of Parmesan cheese pulls everything together.
One part Spanish, one part Morrocan, this chicken dish gained popularity in the eighties, among more adventurous cooks. The combination of prunes, olives and vinegar is pleasantly tangy and the overnight marinade results in a juicy chicken favorite.
Make this salad using your favorite steak cut. Sirloin is a leaner choice.
This basic tomato sauce cooks quickly and is used widely in Italian cuisine. Simply toss with your favorite pasta noodle for an easy and delicious dinner option.
NOTES Peeling ginger with a spoon makes it easier Alternatively, serve chicken over noodles
To make many classic Italian dishes, you need to know the herbs that make them possible.