Recipes by Region

Sicilia

Linguine alla Beccafico e Albicocche Alici alla Beccafico Lamb Shanks with Oranges and Olives Wahoo with Citrus and Pistachios Mantecato of Flounder and Fennel over Gemelli with Pistachios Flounder and Fennel filled Mezzelune with Salsa di Pistacchi  Gemelli with Cauliflower and Saffron Snapper alla Matalotta Pasta alla Norma Pollo all'Arancia Linguine con Finocchio e Sarde Ziti with Seafood-Fennel Sauce Fusilli with Swordfish and Pistachios Roasted Fennel Gratin Gemelli with Tuna, Raisins, Pine Nuts & Capers Penne with Zucchini, Roasted Tomatoes and Pistachios Baked Fish in Salsa di Agrumi Gemelli with Tuna alla Siciliana Grilled Sockeye Salmon Fillet

Campania

Parmigiana di Carciofi Spaghetti da Ettore Green Tomato Summer Pasta Ziti with Grilled Sausages & Ricotta Pizze Fritte    pasta e zucca Pasta e Ceci Parmigiana di Zucchine Melanzane al Funghetto Pasta e Fagioli Babà Farfalle alla Nerano Pizza Sfogliatelle Polpo alla Luciana Calamarata with Octopus Heads and Clams Alici Fritti Polpo Affogato Pesce all'Acqua Pazza An interpretation of La Genovese Genovese Sauce over Pasta Frittata di Maccheroni Salsicce e Friarielli Ravioli con Ragù Napoletano Collard Greens alla Italiana Pizza di Collards Okra Sautéed with Tomatoes and Garlic alla Napoletana Green Beans alla Napoletana Pasta e Lenticchie Pasta all'Insalata Caprese

Basilicata

  zuppa di pesce  Orecchiette Melanzane alla Lina Orecchiette with Broccoli Rabe

Calabria

Melanzane in Insalata alla Calabrese

Puglia

       Fish, Zucchini and Potato Gratin Zucchine alla Scapece Rigatoni with Sausages and Broccoli Rabe

Lazio

       Gnocchi with Sausage Fennel Ragù Supplì Pizza Bianca Farcita Linguine with Artichokes Cicoria Saltata in Padella Mezze Maniche alla Checca Mezze Maniche con i Broccoli Romani Carbonara Carciofi alla Romana

Pizzette

Spaghetti all'Amatriciana Carbonara with a Twist

Umbria

Toscana

    Insalata di Farro Grilled Sausages Panzanella

Emilia Romagna

Garganelli with Sausage Ragù Spinach and Sausage Lasagna

Liguria

      Orata alla Ligure Spinach and Ricotta Pie Zucchini Quiche Pesto Red snapper Ligurian Stuffed Zucchini Frittata di Patate

Piemonte

    Risotto with Sausage, Baby Bellas and Saffron Roasted Butternut Squash Risotto

Lombardia

 Risotti alla Milanese Cotolleta alla Milanese Panettone Asparagus and Spinach Risotto Roasted Asparagus with Fried Eggs Farfalle with Zucchini Flowers and Saffron

Veneto

   

Friuli Venezia Giulia

Trentino-Alto Adige

Sardegna


10 Responses to “Recipes by Region”

  1. no, it’s not cucidata. I have that recipe. Thanks for checking. 🙂

  2. HI MARY, I MAKE A COOKIE AT CHRISTMAS TIME, IT IS CALL CUCIDATA (ILALIAN FIG COOKIE FROM SICILY) DO YOU THINK THAT MIGHT BE WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR?

  3. I never found either recipe. If you have them, can you forward to me?

    Thanks so much.

    Mary

  4. I just found this site looking for a recipe for Torte de San Ginese.
    Did mary ever find a recipe? There is a recipe in the Sunset Magazine Italian Cookbook from 1971. My mother who is now 88 still makes this pie at Christmas and it is a local only dessert from San Ginese region.

  5. I believe that it is a Tuscan recipe, I’ll take a look. Occhidotti, no, I never found it, I’m not sure if the spelling is correct

  6. did you ever find the recipe for occhidotti? Now I’m looking for another one…. Torte De San Ginese. Some of the most important ingredients are: Amaretti cookies, day-old bread, bourbon, raisins, pine nuts, chocolate

  7. This is a wonderful site. The pictures are exquisite and so are the recipes.

  8. I’m not sure, but it was either Campania or Sicily.

  9. What region was your grandmother from? So many recipes are specific not only to regions, but also to towns, so it may be difficult to find. But if you were able to tell me where she was from I could do a little research and see if I could come up with something.

  10. I’m looking for a cookie recipe that my grandmother made when I was a child. No one wrote down or found her recipe. I don’t know if I’m spelling it right, but I’ll give it a try. It’s occhidotti. Can you help me?

    Thanks,

    Mary

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