Molto Italiano

Molto Italiano

327 Simple Italian Recipes to Cook at Home

Book - 2005
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For eight years, Batali has hosted a succession of cooking shows on TV's Food Network. He offers a range of recipes from the 21 regions of Italy: pasta, fish and shellfish, poultry and meats, soups, antipasti and desserts.
Publisher: New York : Ecco, 2005.
ISBN: 9780060734923
0060734922
Characteristics: 522 pages :,color illustrations ;,25 cm.

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Miranda5
Apr 11, 2010

Some of the recipes in the book aren't the easiest and that some have obscure ingredients, but from the ones I've tried out to date, I must say the food is absolutely divine. The flavors are matched so well.

Of the ones I tried I cooked the pork roast (black rooster style). The meat was so soft after the 4 or so hours of cooking, the food literally melted in my mouth. Also there is a recipe for veal rolls, with pine nuts and cranberries, that are fried on the bbq--they are delicious. Lastly, a personal favorite (and super easy to make) are the potato fries or wedges.

Overall, it's not an everyday recipe cookbook, but I have yet to go wrong and once in a while I enjoy trying to find the obscure ingredients!

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