Tag: italian food

chicken saltimbocca in a cast iron skillet with lemon and fried sage
Keto/Low Carb, Meaty Mains, Recipes


Get ready to elevate your dinner game with a mouthwatering twist on a classic favourite! Dive into the irresistible flavours of tender chicken wrapped in prosciutto, infused with aromatic sage and finished with a tangy white wine sauce. This Chicken Saltimbocca recipe is sure to steal the show at your next gathering! Where my Food […]

baked italian sausages on a tray with sauces
Keto/Low Carb, Meaty Mains, Recipes


Baked Italian Sausages are a quick and easy dinner that everyone always loves! They go great with a variety of tasty side dishes and you can use either mild, medium, hot or sweet Italian sausages following the same simple instructions. My Italian background is no secret at this point. I mean, at least it shouldn’t […]

piece of cherry tomato and herb focaccia on a tray with more
Meatless Mains, Recipes, Side with that?


Light, airy and delicious, this No Knead Foccacia Bread is the perfect party appetizer or snack. It’s easier to make than you might think and the best part is that there’s no kneading involved! One of my personal favourite recipes to date that you’ll find here on my blog is my No Knead Bread Recipe. […]

casserole dish with penne pasta in tomato sauce with fresh basil
Meaty Mains, Recipes


This Chicken Parm Pasta Bake combines two beloved things – chicken parmesan and pasta! It’s loaded with tender chunks of chicken, fresh tomato sauce and two kinds of ooey, gooey cheese. What could be better?! I know you’ll agree with me when I say that good ol’ classic Italian chicken parmesan is a dish that […]

side view of veal scallopini with capers, parsley and lemon in a cast iron skillet
Meaty Mains, Recipes


Transport yourself to Italy with this delicious Veal Scallopini recipe! With tender slices of veal, a golden crispy coating and a tangy vibrant sauce loaded with fresh lemon, briny capers and a splash of white wine, it’s no wonder that this tasty Italian dish is as classic as it gets. Coming from a very Italian […]