Tag Archives: Tomatoes

Pomodorini confit (Slow cooked baby tomatoes)

Pomodorini confit (Slow cooked baby tomatoes) There are hundreds of ways to use these tomatoes. Italian chefs use confit tomatoes to accompany pasta dishes or as garnish for many main courses. It is a modern way of preparing tomatoes, not many nonnas would have prepared them this way. My recipe is inspired by a friend…
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Celebrating the Tomato with a Mini Burrata Sandwich

La Cucina Di Sandra A Hit at Food Festivals with That’s Amore Cheese Written by David Hagger on 15 March 2015. Posted in Gourmet News La Cucina Di Sandra, the fabulous Italian cooking school from Richmond has proved a smash hit at recent food festivals in Melbourne, teaming with iconic That’s Amore Cheese. Sandra Del Greco the Chef and driving force behind…
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Spaghetti with prawns and black pepper Amatriciana style

Spaghetti con gamberi e pepe nero stile Amatriciana The Amatriciana sauce, also called “matriciana” in Roman dialect, is a pasta sauce that takes its name from a village in Lazio not far from Rome, Amatrice. The village was part of Abruzzo until 1927, when the borders of the regions were re-organised and it became part…
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Mille feuilles with buffalo mozzarella and tomato confit

Mille foglie di pane Carasau,  crema di bufala e pomodori confit Pane Carasau is a typical Sardenian bread which has been used by shepherds for centuries. I have used this bread here instead of pastry, the dish much lighter and is so simple to make for a celebration lunch or dinner. This finger food was used…
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