Tag Archive: italian

Tortiglioni al Ragú

Ragú is probably one of the most world-famous recipes for pasta, although you probably know it as Bolognese sauce. Although there are some technical differences between the two, they are minimal – and… Continue reading

Garlic Bread

First of all, sorry that once again I haven’t been posting very often. I have made myself a schedule though so from now on I’ll post at least one new recipe per week.… Continue reading

Spicy Mushroom and Sausage Pasta

I know, I know, I make way too much stuff with mushroom and sausages. But since it’s so easy, cheap, and tasty, after I made this for myself I thought I might as… Continue reading

Sweet Potato Risotto

Sweet potatoes don’t actually exist in Italy, so this isn’t really a traditional Italian recipe. However, I love sweet potatoes and at the end of the day it’s still a risotto made in… Continue reading

Spinach and Mushroom Pasta

This was a pasta I made on the first day I moved in, I didn’t have all that many ingredients as I had only just done a quick shopping and realized I’d bought… Continue reading

Pasta Alle Zucchine

Hey! I know it’s been a very long time since I last posted any new recipes but I was travelling all over the place during the summer and barely ever even had the… Continue reading

Mushroom and Sausage Pasta

Every time it’s either my birthday or one of my siblings’, my mom lets the person whose birthday it is decide what to have for lunch. For some reason, we always choose this… Continue reading

Linguine ai Funghi Porcini

I know, I haven’t been adding very many recipes lately, and I apologize. I’ve been traveling for the past week or so, and have been experimenting with some other cool vegan stuff (like… Continue reading

Spaghetti Aglio Olio e Peperoncino

Ever get home at 4 in the morning, really, really hungry, but way too lazy to make a proper meal – and so resorted to eating all the junk food you could get… Continue reading

Caribbean Sugo

An old trick I always used back when I wasn’t vegan and I had to feed a lot of my hungry friends was to make a regular sugo and then make it twice… Continue reading