Nothing beats a warm bowl of chicken and dumplings – with an Italian twist! So if you’re on the hunt for a comforting and hearty soup, try out our own thick and creamy version. You’ll fall in love with the rich base and homemade gnocchi. Check out this delicious update of a classic now on Foodal!
Curious about how to make potato gnocchi from scratch? We have the perfect recipe for you! Take a look at our article to get the best advice for making our doughy delights! With just potatoes, flour, eggs, and salt, these delicious dumplings may become your new Italian dinner staple. Keep reading now on Foodal!
Have you heard about Swabian spaetzle? It’s a German noodle that can be adapted for many different recipes and tastes. Boiled, then pan fried and topped with some sautéed onions and a little cheese, it makes a downright delectable meal. Read more and get the recipe now on Foodal.
Do you want an easy to make pasta recipe that requires almost no culinary skills to bring to perfection? If so, this recipe is definitely for you. Malfatti is so simple to make that even a cooking novice will have no trouble in making a delectable and authentic Italian meal. Read more and get the recipe now!
Want to try your hand at homemade pasta? If so, a basic Semolina style is the easiest way to begin. Let Foodal show you step-by-step how to turn ordinary flour into noodle goodness. Read now to get the recipe and a bunch of bonus tips and techniques.
Looking for a way to jazz up your ordinary plate of couscous? Try this tasty recipe made with added seafood and vegetables that will get your taste buds tingling.
Looking for a great recipe that can be served both to vegans and carnivores with a quick addition of meat? Try this rigatoni and eggplant dish that suitable for all of your family and friends’ dietary requirements.
Looking for a great, meat-free vegetarian spinach recipe that’s a little different than most? Try this version – the added orange juice blends in nicely with the ricotta cheese.
Have no luck with pasta salads? Do you remember them as bland, tasteless creations that Aunt Millie used to bring to all of the family functions? It doesn’t have to be that way. Read our guide, and turn your pasta into a feast to your taste buds. Recipes ideas included!
Maultaschen, or “pockets,” are a German Swabian specialty largely unknown outside of their region. A bit like a ravioli with some Bavarian flair, these pockets can be fried, steamed, or boiled, then eaten with some simple fried onions – or, added to a soup to give it a little body.