The most known version of radicchio is the red one of Treviso. The radicchio Milano is less bitter and can be used in salads or in warm dishes. An anchovies parmesan dressing (inspired by delicious.nl) and fresh swordfish will be perfect company for a fabulous salad. Spread 500 grams of radicchio Milano on a large … More Radicchio Milano o pan di zucchero
As you know, usually I prepare fish on the day that I go to the supermarket. Swordfish is the lucky (or is it the opposite?)one today. Put 600 grams of halved, different varieties today, of cherry tomatoes on an oven tray covered with baking paper. Spread pepper, salt, 1 table spoon of dried thyme and … More Fresh swordfish
For 4p, cut 500 grams of swordfish ( without skin) in cubes. Add 2 slices of bread, 1 egg, 2 chopped garlic cloves, 2 table spoons of fresh parsley, the zeste of 1 lemon. Put in the blender. Mix but roughly. Mix with 50 grams of grinded pistachio. Taste, add pepper and salt. Oil your … More Fish balls with swordfish and pistachio
Special request, don’t you think? Fresh swordfish, potato wedges baked in the airfryer and a real mushroom sauce (and some green salad for the color ;-)). 400 grams of whole Parisian mushrooms for 2p, 2 table spoons (or less) of green pepper balls, a few dried porcinis for extra flavor, 1 spring onion, 2 garlic … More Real mushroomsauce, nothing light, please?;-)
Blanch or steam 500 grams of green asparagus. Blanch 250 grams of agretti. Grill 2 pieces of swordfish. Serve immediately with lemon wedges, a drizzle of extra vergine olive oil, pepper and salt. Simple, pure and delicious!
Swordfish is a great fish to grill but timing is not easy, rapidly the fish becomes too dry (confirmed by my dear mother ;-)). The choice of sidedishes is large, but to please my precious audience a potato dish is a must. Antonio Carlucci and Gennaro Contaldo have this great book ‘Two gready Italians’ with … More Majestic swordfish
Swordfish is a perfect fish to use in Sicilian dishes. The sweet and sour flavor of the Sicilian cuisine was originally a necessity to prepare cheap fish (and to camouflage the inferiority). Sweet and sour was introduced by the Mores. Cook 300 grams of peeled and sliced potatoes. Put them in an oiled oven dish … More Sweet and sour = Sicily