maggio 16, 2020

10 must haves that will make your kitchen scream “Sicilian”

The kitchen, especially if open-space is where we spend most of the time in Sicily. Every Sicilian family loves their kitchen, because we love food, not […]
giugno 3, 2016

My first reci-view is “Swordfish Palermo style” with director Egidio Termine

Dear Friends and Foodies, the Sicilian Cuisine Blog is very excited to introduce our first video recipe/interview. For those of you who love Sicilian food, movies, […]
novembre 1, 2013

Colorful Sicilian Marzipan Fruits: history and origin

The so called “frutta di Martorana” (Martorana’s fruits), also known as “pasta reale” (royal pastry) or “marzapane” (marzipan), are typical Sicilian almond sweets that we prepare […]
settembre 8, 2013

Breaded eggplants or as we call them: “melanzane a cotoletta!”

 Do you know how to prepare some amazing breaded aubergines or eggplants? This is a Sicilian recipe that we called “melanzane a cotoletta“. Melanzane means aubergine/eggplant, […]
agosto 1, 2012

The basics of Sicilian Cuisine: the “Soffritto”

Do you know what does “soffritto” mean? This word is one of the most common in cooking Sicilian or Italian style. It actually is both a […]
settembre 22, 2011

Fresh homemade tomato sauce: it’s worth doing it!

Do you know how to make a fresh delicious homemade tomato sauce? Have you ever tried? The making of tomato sauce or tomato passata (in Italian salsa di pomodoro) […]
agosto 16, 2011

“Anelletti al forno”: our scrumptious baked Sicilian pasta

Do you know what “anelletti al forno” are? Here in Sicily we have a typical shape of pasta that is called “Sicilian anelletti” which means little […]
marzo 15, 2011

The traditional pizza from Palermo is called “Sfincione”

Do you know what “sfincione” is? This is the traditional name for our Sicilian pizza. Probably the name derives from the latin spongia, which means sponge, […]