Discover on a wide range of recipes from Sicily, and the typical ingredients from this region renowened all over the world: bottarga, olives, and more! Also find out the beauties and start a flavor journey of this magical Italian island!

 dead man's bones Italian cookies

Sicilian Bones of the Dead Cookies: Halloween Biscuit Ideas

Halloween is coming, and today we suggest you an original idea coming from far: the Sicilian bones of the dead cookies, made with ground and sugar mixture.

spaghetti with bottarga

Pasta with Bottarga, Swordfish and Cherry Tomatoes

Discover this bottarga recipe with swordfish and cherry tomatoes: an interesting and luscious fish first course, excellent with both long and short pasta!

grilled swordfish after marinating

Grilled Swordfish with Sun-Dried Tomatoes Sauce

In this delicious grilled swordfish recipe, the fish is served with a Mediterranean sauce made with sun-dried tomatoes, a treat for you and your friends!

grilled bread with bottarga and mozzarella

Bruschetta with Bottarga and Burrata

A simple idea for a cool combination to treat yourself in the upcoming spring evenings: delicious "bruschette" with fish roe and Burrata.

spaghetti with bottarga

What is Bottarga? Tips and Recipes

Everything you want to know about Bottarga: what it is, how to cook and how to store this gourmet food product hailing from Southern Italian regions.

pasta with bottarga, zucchini and lemon

Pasta with Bottarga, Zucchini and Leek

Fish roe: love it or hate it. And if you love it, this ingredient will allow you to make exceptional recipes in few minutes!

Castelvetrano Green Olives: the Genuine Taste of Sicily

Castelvetrano Olives hail from the beautiful island of Sicily. Their color is strikingly green and their texture is meaty and crispy, yet deliciously juicy. Perfect in every sort of dish or even beverage.

pasta alla norma with aged ricotta

Pasta alla Norma, a Sicilian Recipe

Ricotta salata is an extremly versatile cheese. You can use it on salads, to substitute Feta Greek cheese, in sandwiches or simply sprinkle it over your pasta and risotto recipes