The best regions of Italy for wine connoisseurs
Italy is a country with a very long winemaking tradition. Italians claim that the first vine appeared in the country around 1000 BC, therefore, Italian winemaking has been more than…

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Culinary Guide to Italy. Part II - Central and Southern Italy
BlogoItaliano continues a series of articles about Italian cuisine, and this time in the focus of our attention its regional features. In the first part of the Culinary Guide, we…

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Time for real Italian pizza: 7 best recipes at home (part 1)
Birth Story If you go to Italy for real pizza, you can be a little disappointed. This dish, firmly entrenched in the menu of Russian pizzerias, has nothing to do…

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How to cook real Italian pizza?

 Sign up for a pizza workshop in Rome So, we got to the most important thing: the recipe for how to cook real Italian pizza. In 2004, a recipe for a real Neapolitan pizza was published in the official publication of an Italian government newspaper. According to this recipe, real pizza should be thin-crusted. When cooking, only mozzarella cheese and special tomato varieties should be used. As additives, only basil, olive oil, oregano and garlic can be used. If one of these rules was violated during manufacture, the resulting product is not a real Italian pizza. It is also worth mentioning that real pizza is cooked on coals in a real Italian oven, where the temperature holds 485 degrees and pizza is baked there in 2 minutes. However, today this rule is rarely followed. The recipe and an easy way to make Margarita pizza.
For a good pizza you need to make a good dough first. We take yeast (7 g.) And sugar (1 tbsp. Spoon), place them in a bowl and mix with water (4 tbsp. Tablespoons), leave for 15 minutes in a warm place.
Mix the flour (350 gr.) With salt (1 tbsp. Spoon) and make a hole in the center, add olive oil (1 tbsp. Spoon), yeast mixture and 170-180 gr. hot water (60 degrees C). Knead the dough with a wooden spoon. Next, put the dough on the table and knead with your hands for about 5 minutes. Continue reading

Italian focaccia - wheat tortilla (part 1)
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Restaurant Markog
MarcoG Italy, Rome, Via Giuseppe Garibaldi, 56 Roma, Italy SHOW ON MAP Average bill: $ 20-50 (per person) Type of cuisine: Italian + (39 06) 580 92 89ww.marcog.it Mon, Wed-Sun…

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