Cook like an Italian
Fresh, homemade bread loaves are easier than you think, all you have to invest is time.
Silvia Colloca shares her family one pot pasta recipe which is full of Mediterranean flavour and a breeze to cook (and clean up).
The tomatoes are roasted before having the pasta mixed through to bring through the juices and add an exceptional flavour.
For this recipe you don’t need to preheat the oven. Once you put the pot in, you turn the oven on to full heat and let the delightful smell fill your home.
Sicilian pesto is made with tomato as well as basil, giving it a light red colour. Here we add ricotta to give it a creamy texture and a lighter flavour.
You can practically taste the Italian grandmotherly love in these gluten-free almond biscuits. Be sure to share them with the passion any good nonna would.
Master the art of weeknight wins with these quick Italian dishes that don't sacrifice flavour.
These crunchy golden loops are the ideal savoury snack or antipasto plate addition.
Silvia Colloca says one of the dishes is barely known outside of Italy.
Win a prize pack of Italian staples to get you cooking like Silvia Colloca at home.
It's delicious pizza, just not as we (mostly) know it. Say hello to this endlessly variable but always tasty Italian pie.
Eating ricotta calda feels like a hug from a Sicilian nonna, but you have to head straight to the source to try it.
Silvia Colloca says her nonna’s polpette is a go-to dish when pleasing a crowd.
Don't even think about throwing away that day-old ciabatta – resurrect a leftover loaf with these Italian classics.