This spaghetti recipe highlights the beauty of simplicity. Pasta needs little more than garlic, lemon and oil to make it into an exquisite meal – just throw plenty of flavour at it and make sure it’s cooked al dente!
Put a vegetarian twist on the traditionally meat-based Italian ragu with this rich and flavoursome mushroom recipe. Served with pappardelle and topped with a zingy homemade gremolata, this dish is an all-round winner.
If you’re looking for pure comfort in a glass as winter closes in, you can’t go too far wrong with mulled wine. This recipe combines the fruity flavours of orange and cranberry with subtle spices to create a luscious, warming tipple.
Once the domain of the humble potato, gnocchi has had a makeover. Expand your horizons with this fresh take on the Italian classic, made with parsnip and finished with a gorgeous, golden nutty butter. Delizioso!
Combining the nutty flavour of spelt pasta with our silky cauliflower sauce, this pasta dish is a wonderful idea for an easy dinner. It will be on the table in just 40 minutes, and is so tasty you'll be going back for seconds!
Homemade pizza is delicious and a much healthier (and yummier) alternative to those from most pizza outlets. Plus, the kids really love to lend a hand making them. These vegetable toppings are always a hit!
Transform your Italian cooking with this guide to pairing the right sauce with the right type of pasta. We break down what makes a pasta dish authentic and delicious, plus how you should really be making spag bol (hint: you shouldn't).
Surprisingly, common table grapes relish some roasting time in the oven, transforming into little caramelly globes of flavour which, in this dish, burst sour-sweet deliciousness onto roasted pumpkin. A sprinkle of toasted seeds adds a final, lovely crunch.
From A Year at Hotel Gondola (incidentally about a 50-year-old food writer who heads to Venice, falls in love and grapples to meet her publisher’s deadlines!), this dish is incredible – salty, sweet, soupy and pure comfort.
The original recipe from The Food of Love Cookery School uses a seashell-shaped pasta. But Nici prefers making corteccia, a pea-pod shape, as it’s faster, easier to make and will still capture the delicious sauce in all its nooks and crannies.
The basis of Luke's Kitchen's menu is founded on two basic components: pizza and seafood. When those two components combine in their 'Neverfail' pizza, you can taste the magic. Learn how to make the Kuaotunu hot spot's star dish.
This pasta bake is the epitome of comfort food. Combining the magical pair of spinach and ricotta, along with a beautifully flavoured tomato sauce, it's ideal as your family dinner on a cooler evening.