Mamma Mia: a Belgian student cooking Italian

Published November 5, 2012 by The Feminist

Italian cooking is by far one of the world’s most varied cuisines, with dishes perfect for every occasion.
From pizza to pasta.
From pollo cacciatore to risotto.
From anti pasti to dolce.
Everyone simply loves Italian food! But the thing I love about it the most, is that it is made for sharing. Sharing food with family and friends is one of life’s greatest pleasures. No dainty presentation but honest dishes prepared with love and dedication. Big portions and big flavours!
On the menu today:

Vegetable orzotto : comfort food as it should be: little effort but great impact


Turkey fillets topped with slices of courgette and mozzarella: succulent meat, crispy courgette and gooey cheese. Heaven on a platter!
This is what I imagine Nigella would cook and Sofia Loren would eat…

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