Authentic Italian Recipes for the Soul

Come along with me as I explore authentic Italian recipes.

Authenticity in food is a very fluid concept, especially when looking for authentic food from a specific country. Authentic Italian food to the baker on the corner in Tuscany could be different to the pastry chef down the street, much less the difference in different regions of Italy. In fact, the same recipe can taste different from chef to chef and all of them will claim authenticity. There are 20 different regions in Italy and each is well-known for something. While that may seem like a bad thing, it is actually a very good thing. That way you can travel to different regions of Italy and learn what they are famous for and why. Authenticity means is that you can find authentic Italian recipes in each of these regions, all cooked just a little different way. Ultimately, what really makes a difference is the choice of ingredients and where those ingredients come from.

Come along with me as I explore authentic Italian recipes.

What I have learned in my travels around the world, when making authentic Italian recipes, always use fresh, in-season ingredients for the best results!

Come along with me as I explore authentic Italian recipes.

 

Authentic Italian Recipes

Carbonara | Treats & Eats

Italian Lasagna | Walks of Italy

Come along with me as I explore authentic Italian recipes.

Sicilian Chicken Soup | A Dash of Sanity

Rustic Italian Pizza Dough | Ciao Florentina

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Authentic Pasta E Fagioli Soup | Good in The Simple

Homemade Marinara | Garlic Matters

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Authentic Italian Recipes

Pollo Alla Pizzaiola | Recipes of Italy

Arancini | Petit Gourmet

 

Eggplant Involtini | Industry Eats

Authentic Ragu Alla Bolognese | Philoso Kitchen

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Caponata | Ang Sarap

Scaccia Ragusana | The New Baguette

Authentic Italian Recipes

Cheese Ravioli | Just a Pinch

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Spaghetti Cacio e Pepe | Tales of Ambrosia

Cappellacci with Sage Burnt Butter Sauce | Cook Almost Anything

Authentic Italian Recipes

 

Come along with me as I explore authentic Italian recipes.

Tuscan Roasted Potatoes | Everybody Loves Italian

Chicken Piccata | Like a Bubbling Brook

Authentic Italian Recipes

Gnocchi | 1000 Lovely Things

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Chickpea Flat Bread | in Pursuit of More

Cannoli | Some of Sicily’s Finest

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Tiramisu | Parsley Sage Sweet

Come along with me as I explore authentic Italian recipes.

Come along with me as I explore authentic Italian recipes.

 

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Authentic Italian Recipes for the Soul

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Luxury Italy: A Journey for the Soul

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5 Reasons to Rent an Apartment in Rome

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Tiber Island: A Tiny Island in the Middle of Rome

From Rome to Positano, Italy

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The Abbey of Montecasino and Herculaneum

Positano, Italy: Bellisimo Part 1

Positano, Italy Bites Deep: Part 2

Furore, Italy: The Most Beautiful Place on Earth

Emilia-Romagna Region, Italy

La Bottega del Legno: The Woodshop in Forli, Italy

First Words: La Biblioteca Malaestina in Cesena, Italy

A weekend trip to Cesenatico, Italy

Altavita Winery: The High Life of Cesena

The Magnificient Masselina Estate and the Women of Faenza, Italy

Veneto Region, Italy:

A Voyage Thru Time: Things to do in Venice, Italy

The Oldest Coffee House in Italy

Carnival of Venice, Italy

Puglia Region, Italy

The Power of Travel Seen Through the Eyes of a Travel Company

Liguria Region, Italy:

Portofino, Italy: At least Once in a Lifetime

Italian Street Laundry

Genoa, Italy and the BW City Hotel

Le Rune, Genoa, Italy

Treat Yourself to the Suite Life: Hotel Splendido, Portofino, Italy

Hotel Spendido: Absolutely Splendid

Shoo Fly! Shoo Fly!

The Poetry of an Old Fisherman’s Village: Bocadasse, Italy

Italy Revealed: Camogli, Italy

LeMarche Region, Italy:

Food, Friendship, and Wine in Le Marche Region, Italy

The Lost Art of Print Blocking in Carpegna, Italy Regenerated

Calabria Region, Italy:

Unique Italian Gelato Culture

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8 Comments

  1. Patrick Maloney February 6, 2017 at 3:15 pm

    Yum Yum, that food looks delicious!

    • Cacinda Maloney February 6, 2017 at 3:17 pm

      I am glad you like Italian food!!

  2. Aaron Dalton February 12, 2017 at 5:44 am

    Fantastic Italian Recipes Illustrated, very informative and value added. I must try at my home, waiting for next article.

    • Cacinda Maloney February 22, 2017 at 9:48 am

      Aaron,
      I am so glad you enjoyed it!

  3. Becky February 24, 2017 at 6:33 pm

    I love Italian food! It all looks so good, it’s making me hungry right now! Can’t wait to try out some of these recipes!

  4. James March 1, 2017 at 3:54 pm

    And this is why I will be moving to Italy in a year!Yum! Hopefully one day I’ll be able to cook some of these up myself 😉

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