Italian Cuisine

Italian Cuisine

Italian food is considered popular and delicious around the world for centuries, with its savory tomato sauces, those clever things they do with wheat flour and desserts that are vehicles for cream. It’s all so simple and innovative such as to get some noodles, get some olive oil, get some garlic, maybe a tomato then you have a party on a plate. Italian cuisine is popular around due it its unique texture and simple cooking. From the cheesy risottos to the crisp fried meats, Italian cuisine is a treasury of joyful and light dishes.  Italian food has become everyman’s food. Italian food shows a perfect way to eat. Italian food has developed through centuries of social and economic changes, with roots elastic to former times.

 Italian cuisine is a “Mediterranean diet” often touted as having the right balance of a little meat, good fat in extra virgin olive oil and a lot of seafood, vegetables, grains and pulses, all washed down with wine. Italian food is the number one food in the world.

In observation of 24 countries, pizza and pasta take the top of the. List An international YouGov study of more than 25,000 people in 24 countries finds that pizza and pasta are among the most popular foods in the world, as Italian food gain more popularity in the world as modern and innovative cuisine. Italian cuisine is also famous around the world for its use of various varieties of pasta.

For instance, in the winter, many people love to roast trays full of Italian (Medley) vegetables to enjoy for lunch or dinner throughout the week. Roasting any vegetable and add sugar which enhances their flavor.

Italian food has extra-ordinary scope and also succeeded in gaining the attention of food lovers all over the globe for its unique and innovative style of cooking.

Traditional and innovative Italian food

Fresh, flavorful, and delightfully simple, sun-kissed Italian Modern cuisine is famous all around the world. But, if you are looking for innovative food in a country with such tremendous regional gastronomies, the best advice would be to forget about restaurants that serve “modern, innovative”, food.

Below are some examples of Italian cuisine served at Italiano Doc

  • Cannoli’

Cannoli are Italian pastries that come from the island of Sicily and modern and innovative food of Italian cuisine. Cannoli comprise of tube-shaped shells of fried pastry dough, filled with a sweet, creamy filling usually containing ricotta. Basically, cannoli consist of tube-shaped shells of deep-fried pastry dough that are then filled with a slightly sweet and creamy filling, that’s usually made from ricotta cheese.

  • Wild Mushroom crostini

This Wild Mushroom Crostini is an awesome and modern vegetarian dish of Italy to have in your arsenal and can be easily adapted for vegans by omitting the cream and milk. Wild mushroom Crostini can serve it hot from the broiler, at room temperature, or somewhere in between, and it will always be a crowd-pleaser.

  • Truffles

Nowadays truffles are considered among the most sought after delicacies. Truffles in Italy come in two forms, the scarce and more aromatic white truffle, or the slightly less aromatic and slightly more common black truffle. The aroma is otherworldly, though certainly not for everyone – less enthusiastic consumers sometimes compare the smell and taste to gasoline.  Italian Truffles is one of our all-time modern favorite fall foods in Italy!

egg truffle
  • Carbonara

  Carbonara is a simple and innovative dish of Italian cuisine that consists of – spaghetti, eggs, pecorino cheese, cured guanciale, and black pepper. You are not looking for simply a good restaurant, but a restaurant that explicitly serves a great Carbonara.

  • Panzanella

Panzanella is a healthy and innovative bread and tomato salad usually served in central Italy during the hot summer months. Panzanella is also the classic peasant dish, it has its origins in the green fields of Tuscany, where farmers had to rely on locally grown produce to feed themselves while working. Modern Panzanella is made with juicy, sun-ripened tomatoes, cucumbers, fresh basil, and leftover bread, and seasoned with olive oil and vinegar.

  • Cicchetti

Cicchetti offering you the opportunity to blend with the natives and get an authentic taste of the local cuisine. Cicchetti resembles Spanish tapas, Cicchetti is small, reasonably priced plates of food served in Venice’s traditional wine bars, called bacari.  Modern style Cicchetti is served with a small glass of wine.

  • Caponata

Modern Italian cuisine is an amazing mixture of Greek, Arab, and Spanish influences, but if you only have one meal here, let it be caponata, the island’s beloved eggplant dish. Caponata is a gorgeous sweet and sour sauce that makes it such an unforgettable vegetarian treat. Caponata contains onions, celery, capers, and whatever vegetables people have in their kitchens. And, there is no specific recipe for caponata, as every house and restaurant has its version.

  • Burrata or Puglia

Burrata is another unique and modern recipe for Italian cuisine. Puglia is rich, buttery artisanal cheese of outstanding quality is made from mozzarella and fresh cream and is best when served within 24 hours. Puglia can serve with salads, pasta, and sandwiches, but it shines the most when spread on a slice of crusty bread.