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Eggplant Parmigiana

The eggplant parmigiana - or Parmigiana di Meleanzane - is one of the most typical Sicilian recipes, whose name probably derives from the word "parmiciana" which indicates the wood...

Sicilian Falsomagro

  The name says it all: farsumagru, in italian falsomagro, litterally "false low-fat", a dish that seems to be diet friendly, but it is not at all!   Maybe c...

Sicilian Pistachio Pesto

Pistachios pesto is a very typical recipe of the Sicilian culinary tradition, due also to the incredible quality of our Pistachios, with the famous "Pistachio di Bronte" on top of ...

Sicilian Cannoli

So, you want to try Sicilian Cannoli but you can't find them in your town? Did you come back from a trip to Sicily where you fall in love with Cannoli and want to taste them again?...

Pani Cunzatu

  "U Pani Cunzatu", literally "Seasoned Bread", is one of the most typical Sicilian "poor meals" among the Sicilian Food Culture. Also called "bread of misfortune" (pan...

Crocchè

The sandwich with Croquettes (U' Pane chi Crocchè, or Pane e Cazzilli!), is part of the most classic and oldest examples of street food in the Sicilian town of Palermo. Cheap and T...

Pasta “alla norma”

Rinse the eggplant, cut it into dabs and let it rest with salt for about an hour. Then fry it in a pan with hot oil! Put the tomatoes in boiling water for about 10...

“Pantesca” Salad

Cook the potatoes in salted boiling water until tender. Cut the Onion in thin slices. Cut the tomatoes in small cubes. When the potatoes are cooked allow them to...

Fried Black Olives

Pour the olive oil into the pan and then put everything (but the vinegar!). Start frying for a couple of minutes, stir constantly. After 5/7 minutes, simmer with 2 tabl...