Tag Archive for pork

Homemade Porchetta Romana recipe

Porchetta Romana Recipe

Here an easy Porchetta Romana recipe you can make at home. It is usually made with a large cut of pork (almost half), wrapped in its rind and flavoured with herbs. It was cooked on a wooden fire, cut in slices and served in a crusty Panino/Rosetta. Jump to Recipe Commonly sold in busy streets, markets and outside the football… Read more →

How to Butterfly a Pork Tenderloin Video Tutorial

1 Stuffed Pork Tenderloin with Chestnuts and Cranberries by Laura on 31st January 2016 in Main Course, Recipes • 10 Comments This stuffed pork tenderloin has chestnuts, cranberries and lemon zest. The pork tenderloin is very lean and can be too plain if not combined with stronger flavours. The fruitiness of the cranberries and lemon zest adds a nice bite to it, and the nuttiness of… Read more →

Traditional French Cassoulet recipe

Traditional Cassoulet Recipe

The Cassoulet is a complete meal rich in proteins, carbs, fibres and vegetables and for the price you pay for the meat, a very successful homemade feast which will serve/feed a crowd, so here is the Cassoulet recipe So here is the recipe: Jump to Recipe Cooking a Traditional Cassoulet is a long process, and with so many versions it… Read more →

Traditional French Cassoulet beans haricot Tarbais

How to Cook a Traditional French Cassoulet

Traditional French Cassoulet…and what “traditional” means anyway ! The traditional French Cassoulet is probably one of the best known French dishes. Originating from the Languedoc Region, it is essentially a white beans stew with pork and other cuts of meat…. “Easier said than done !” Jump to Recipe As a “Local” Italian living in France for the past 7 years,… Read more →