This recipe was given to me by Ilyse, who used to have the most amazing Italian food blog, Lucullian Delights. It works every time. We have other Pizza dough recipes here, or explore all of our Pizza recipes. Our Italian recipes are here. Browse all of our Tomato recipes. Or you might like to browse…
Roasted Potatoes, quite a delight in this untypically cool January. Easy to make, and great if you get them right. Great with cumin, coriander and turmeric too! Try them.
Potatoes and Cumin are a great match. This baked dish is a great dish for most of the year.
More potato lusciousness from France, where potatoes and cream have a natural affinity. From memory, my daughter’s French teacher gave me this recipe.
I loved French food when I was working in France. Pommes de Terre Maxim is a simple but special dish.
A simple dish with a lot of punch.
Stuffed tomatoes in Autumn and Winter are great! There are many versions. Here is an early one.
An interesting dish, beautiful and warming.
A beautiful dish made with oven roasted and caramelised pumpkin/squash.
This recipe is so 1970’s, but delicious!
This is a beautiful Autumn and Winter dish that can also be made with Spring vegetables.
Filo pastry is often used for making boreks. Boreks can be stored for up to a fortnight in the fridge and up to 3 months in the freezer.
The variations of potatoes, butter and dairy in French Cuisines is endless. This one is a gratin of potatoes with parmesan cheese.
I once said that this recipe was English, but now I am not so sure. With basil, olives and wine, it sounds far more Southern European in style to me.
No better way to cook pumpkin!
For me, Tomatoes are at their very very best in Autumn. Please use them in all there shapes and forms. This is a French variation on baked tomatoes.
The Italians do marvellous things with dried beans. This recipe uses cannellini beans baked with lemon.
So good straight from the garden. Serve as a veggie, use in a salad or in Beetroot Risotto.
As the zucchini and tomatoes come into their best in Autumn, as one gets nostalgic for summer, this is the perfect recipe.
Once I had a lovely older Italian man as a hairdresser. He was amazing. As we molded my hair into some shape, we discussed cooking, fashion and food. Sometimes with a glass of champagne. He gave me this great polenta recipe.
We have a theme going at the moment – baked tomato recipes. Today’s recipe is from Greece, and my friend Lia introduced me to these. Nice one, Lia! 🙂