Chicken bastilla

Chicken bastilla is a traditional savory pie from Morocco. A brittle warka dough shell  contains a multitude of flavors: tasty chicken with saffron and ras el hanout, spicy omelet, toasted almonds scented with orange blossom water; all topped with powdered sugar and cinnamon 😀 . Yes, for the Italian conception of the savory-sweet this recipe may saound strange, but it really is tasty and spectacular… … Read More

Mimosa cupcakes

Today we have a nice idea to surprise a friend, girlfriend or mom for Women’s Day! 😀 Why should you buy flowers, when you can prepare yourself a dessert that remembers mimosas? So here’ve got the mimosa cupcakes, flavored with vanilla and orange blossom 😀 . The Mimosa cake traditionally requires a custard filling… But to make it easier, we decided to omit the custard and replace … Read More

Pastiera – Easter Neapolitan tart

We’re concluding the lunch menu for Easter with a traditional tart from Neples, Italy: an sweet dough enclosing a rich cream made with ricotta cheese, cooked wheat, candied fruit, eggs and spices. We are sure that you have already figured out what recipe is that… The unmistakable Pastiera 😀 . To prepare a good pastiera time and patience are indispensable, … Read More

Mahlabia – Moroccan orange blossom pudding

If you’re looking for an easy, light dessert, you’re in the right place! Today we’re going to show you the mahlabia a pudding of Moroccan and Egyptian tradition flavoured with orange blossom and sprinkled with roasted nuts! 😀 The savour of mahlabia will be so rich to transport you into the atmosphere of “One Thousand and One Nights”, but, as you will see in … Read More