Tag Archive for glutenfree

Ile flottante Recipe Floating Island Dessert with crispy caramel

Ile Flottante Recipe

Ile flottante recipe can be challenging. It means floating island and consists in a foaming meringue floating in a crème anglaise (custard) sprinkled with caramel and pralines. If you want to make it at home, here are step by step instructions, easy to follow and with a guaranteed success. Calories per serving 403; Time to prepare 1.5 hour; Medium  … Read more →

Chickpeas Tuna Salad

An easy salad to make with ingredients you can store in your pantry for weeks. Even if you don’t have any greens to add, the salad is already a complete meal: vegetables, proteins, carbs and fibres. Perfect backup meal when you don’t have anything left in the fridge. Calories per serving 545; Time to prepare 5 minutes; Easy Storage Recommendations… Read more →

Fried rice balls

Rice Balls Recipe

Fried rice balls is a simple but delicious recipe, especially if you have children coming to visit. It is a simple version of the traditional Italian Arancini. You can also make them when you have risotto left over. They are suitable for gluten free and vegetarian diets. It was my Aunt Clementina’s specialty once she hit her 90s. She was… Read more →

4 italian rice resipes

4 Italian Rice Recipes for Entertaining (w/vegetarian and gluten free options)

Here are 4 different ways to cook Italian rice, more practical than risotto if you have guests. They can be prepared ahead of time or do not require your full attention just before serving. I love to serve Risotto, as it is such a complete and refined delicacy. However it requires complete attention and dedication for the entire cooking time.… Read more →

Pilaf rice recipe

Pilaf Rice Recipe

Pilaf rice is the perfect side dish to substitute risotto at a dinner party, suitable for gluten free and vegetarian diets. It works like magic. If you use this proportion of rice to stock, at the correct oven temperature and timing, you will get it perfect every time. 300 gr of rice, 500 lt of stock and 1 onion 70… Read more →