Lasagna are a type of wide, flat pasta, possibly one of the oldest types of pasta. Lasagna commonly refers to a culinary dish made with stacked layers of pasta alternated with sauces and ingredients such as meats, vegetables and cheese, and sometimes topped with melted grated cheese.Typically, the cooked pasta is assembled with the other ingredients and then baked in an oven. The resulting lasagna casserole is cut into single-serving square portions.
Bresaola is a dried beef. The taste is moderately salty.
Bresaola is considered a delicacy, at the same time it can be a dietary product, since such ham contains only 4% fat, a lot of protein (30-40%), iron, zinc, phosphorus and vitamins. The caloric content of bresaola is 180-220 kcal per 100 g. This product is able to be stored for a long time and is absorbed by the human body fairly easily. Bresaola is great for those who try to follow the rules of healthy eating, or simply those who temporarily sit on a diet.
For the preparation of the delicacies do not use any additional ingredients and spices, only sea salt. This is one of the Parma ham differences from Prosciutto, the production of which can be used spices. The another one is in animal feed. The pigs for Parma ham are especially strictly fed in Italy: selected grains, chestnuts and whey left over from the production of Parmesan cheese.
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Red Vine Vinegar. This Wine Vinegar is made from the finest selecetion of Italian wine. Brillant in color with a pronounced yet mild aroma and delicate taste, this vinegar adds a wonderful flavor to salads, warm vegatables, grains and beans.
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Mascarpone is an italian cream cheese. Mascarpone contains about 75% fat in the dry residue, has a creamy consistency, therefore it is ideal for desserts. The most famous dessert prepared on the basis of mascarpone is tiramisu. Also sometimes the cheese is used instead of butter for sandwiches.
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Italian variety of hard cheese of long maturity. The texture is fragile, the cheese with an uneven cut, crumbles when cut. The taste is delicate, with a piquant aftertaste. Parmigiano is used as a separate dish or is used in the form of additives to pasta, pizza, soups and salads, it is also eaten with balsamic vinegar.
Pecorino Toscano (Tuscan pecorino) is a firm-textured ewe’s milk cheese produced in Tuscany. Since 1996 it has enjoyed protected designation of origin (PDO) status.The cheese is prepared with full cream, pasteurised ewe's milk, often by farm-based cheese producers.
The cheese is ready to be eaten after a maturation period of just twenty days. However, it is generally regarded as a hard cheese, frequently used for grating, and to achieve this characteristic hard texture, the cheese should be left alone for at least four months.
There is a wide range of uses for the cheese, which varies according to local traditions and the season. The delicate flavour of a young pecorino Toscano can provide an excellent complement to salad-based starters. As the cheese matures and the flavour strengthens, it can be eaten with honey or jam, as well as with fresh vegetables or fruits (especially pears and figs). Well matured pecorino Toscano is widely used across Italy as an alternative to parmesan for grating over a wide range of dishes, especially pastas or soups.