Torta Al Testo ~ An Umbrian flatbread

Torta Al Testo

Torta Al Testo is a traditional Umbrian flatbread that is stuffed with sauteed greens, cured meats, and cheeses. This is a popular street food flatbread across Umbria and is used as a wrap for sandwiches with fillings ranging from bitter greens to cured meats and cheese. This flatbread is sometimes referred as torta sul Testo […]

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Focaccia di Recco ~ Italian Cheese Stuffed Flatbread

Focaccia di Recco

Focaccia di Recco is a rustic Italian flatbread stuffed with cheese. As per legend, this dish was created by the citizens of Recco when there were in hiding with whatever basic ingredients available on hand. With change and adaptation, we find this in every bakery as a thin focaccia filled with melty cheese and rolled […]

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Cascioni Romganoli | How to make Stuffed Cascioni

Cascioni Romganoli from Italy

Cascioni Romganoli is a griddle cooked flatbread stuffed with Swiss Chard, Tomatoes and cheese. Apart from these savoury fillings, one can use sweet fillings like jam or Nutella as well. These are made with the same dough used for making Piadina, a rustic flatbread from Romagna. Since Cascioni Romganoli is a savoury treat, you can […]

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Cheese Potato Calzone

Cheese Potato Calzone

Cheese Potato Calzone is a delicious version of pizza that you can serve for anytime. It can be a snack or even a dinner and your kids will go over the moon when they dig into this pizza. In this version, I have added pizza sauce along with cream with potato stuffing. When it comes […]

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Chocolate Crepe | How to make Chocolate Crepe

Chocolate Crepe

Chocolate Crepe is a delicious crepe made with flour, milk chocolate with dark chocolate chips. This make a great breakfast or anytime snack for kids. Though I knew I could make this very quickly, over the weekend, I just couldn’t find enough time to make this. I finally to make it for the kids in […]

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Mug Pizza | How to make Microwave Mug Pizza

We are starting the second week of BM#66, I will be posting some Pizza varieties.  I know I have already so many versions of pizzas on the both my blogs. When I sat down to see what else is missing, I was clueless on why I picked up to make this as its extermly tough […]

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Piadina | How to make Piada Italian flatbread

We are starting the second week of BM#50, and I will be doing a theme on International Flat breads. While Indian Flat breads are one of my favorite themes, as you might have seen on the Roti Melas that I have hosted, I have always hesitated to take up on International Flat breads. There are […]

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Fusilli with Alfredo Sauce

Alfredo sauce comes from Rome, and involves a velvety blend of butter, Parmesan cheese and heavy cream. Stores market Alfredo sauce in cans, jars and refrigerated containers, but you can make your own fresh version with a few ingredients and precious little time at the stove. Make homemade Alfredo sauce by gathering your ingredients, cooking […]

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Spaghetti with Arrabiata Sauce ~ Easy Pasta Dishes for Kids

For the second day of cooking Pastas with different sauces, it was only natural that I end up making a pasta dish with Arrabbiata Sauce. As expected there are so many variations to this sauce and I adapted this after reading so many sites and ended up making something that suited my taste buds. Of […]

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Fusilli with Homemade Marinara Sauce

It’s all about milestones, epic or otherwise and I am all for doing things that will forever get frozen in mind. When it was time for the BM# 50, we all thought we should meet up again to celebrate the occasion. That’s what we did last week, when 12 of us from Blogging Marathon group […]

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Anytime for Garlic Bread with Cheese!

Garlic is an wonderful spice, I feel. I just love garlic and have even eaten it as such. I can never understand why I like garlic so much and in the same breath not prefer ginger! I love all those dishes that require whole garlic to be used. We especially use crushed garlic or chopped […]

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