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Sri Lankan Tuna and Potato Nuggets

Here’s another delicious recipe from Sri Lanka! These Tuna and Potato Nuggets will literally vanish from your table the minute you serve them! They are very simple to make and can be fried or baked (if you prefer a healthier version). Give them a try, they are truly scrumptious! Ingredients for 52/54 Nuggets: 500 gr […]

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Baked Aubergine Croquettes

This is a very simple dish with all the good flavours of Summer. This recipe is very easy to make, nutrious, poor in fats (thanks to the baking and not frying cooking method), and most of all tastes delicious! Ingredients for 10/12 Croquettes: 1 large Aubergine (Eggplant) 1 Egg 3 generous tablespoons of freshly grated […]

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Sri Lankan Chicken Curry and Vegetable Rice

Madhu and her friend Sachini gave me this delicious recipe for a Sri Lankan Chicken Curry. The flavours are more delicate if you are used to the typical Indian curry, once you have all the ingredients together preparation is very simple and the result is certainly satisfying! Ingredients for Chicken Curry for 8 people: 1 […]

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Officina della Tradizione: authentic flavours from the Apulian Tradition

Not often I come across authentic high quality products from my home land: Puglia. Land of sunny landscapes, renowned for its succulent dairies like fresh Mozzarella and Burrata, Puglia is a land of culinary excellence, with its EVO Oil, Taralli (ring shaped savoury bread sticks), its amazing variety of tasty, crunchy vegetables preserved in delicious […]

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Liver Detox

The liver is one of the most important organs in our body, which performs numerous functions, including detoxification. We could compare it to a real checkpoint for all substances that we introduce daily, either knowingly, or unknowingly in the body: food, drugs, environmental pollutants, pathogens and so on. Any substance passes primarily through the liver, […]

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Water Retention: how to avoid it

  With the first sunny days the usual dilemma is back: on one hand the desire to bare your body, pulling out of the closet light clothes and t-shirts, on the other hand the fear of not feeling comfortable, because, the idea of our actual body shape is far from perfect. Sometimes our clothes do […]

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Wild Asparagus Quiche

This Wild Asparagus Quiche is extremely simple to make if you can get hold of some wild asparagus and it will taste divine! Those asparagus grow spontaneously in the countryside and are a rare find especially around spring time. If you cannot find the wild thin ones, some regular organic asparagus will do just fine. […]

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Sabji Koftas: Indian Vegetable Meatballs

These Sabji Koftas (vegetable meatballs with chickpea flour) are a fine dish from the indian culinary tradition. In the original recipe the meatballs should be deep fried and then served with the tomato sauce. My version is a lot healthier but still delicious where no frying is involved but only gentle simmering in a pan. […]

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Pasta Timbale

This Pasta Timbale is a great dish if you have a lot of leftover pasta and you really don’t want to throw it away. It’s a winner dish with the children and I thank my friend Gabriella for the recipe.   Ingredients 4/6 people:   2 Puff Pastry Bases 300 gr Pasta (normally rigatoni or […]

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Velouté of Sweet Potato and Courgettes with fresh Mint

This Velouté of sweet potato, courgettes and fresh mint is a very light dish, rich in vitamins with a really delicate taste. It’s also perfect for children, although to make it more appetising you can take off the fresh mint and serve it with olive oil and some sprinkled fresh Parmesan cheese instead.   Ingredients […]

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