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Massimo Bottura's best recipes to make at home – Italian Cuisine

An unmissable collection of Massimo Bottura's best recipes to be easily prepared at home

Have you ever tried to prepare a starred recipe in your home kitchen? It's time to try: we have collected some of the Massimo Bottura's best recipes, starting from those that can be found in his restaurants to the dishes he shares daily with his family. From Bottura pesto ai tortellini in broth, passing through "Bread is Gold“, One of his most iconic recipes. Small masterpieces that tell us about the importance of ingredients and guide traditional cuisine towards a more sustainable future.

Recipes by Massimo Bottura: Food For Soul

On the occasion of the #LaCucinaItalianaGoesToUnesco project, Massimo Bottura directed our collector's issue of July 2020 and gave us many of his best and easily replicable recipes at home. Some of these come directly fromOsteria Francescana, others from Franceschetta 58, still others from Maria Luigia House and are signed by Bottura and his team of chefs. These dishes were born as part of a project by Food for Soul, inspired by the motto "Cooking is a gesture of love, To show that food is a very powerful tool for giving substance to social change, starting from the awareness that the necessary premise is to know and appreciate its value, and learn to preserve it.

Bottura home recipes

The collection also includes Massimo Bottura's most daily recipes, those he prepares and shares with his family (and on social media, with the Kitchen Quarantine Instagram direct). A special mac & cheese with all Italian ingredients, chocolate mousse, paciugo and orange marmalade.

Massimo Bottura in the kitchen of the house with his wife Lara Gilmore and their children Charlie and Alexa

Finally, the bread recipes of childhood. For Massimo Bottura, bread is a universal symbol of nourishment, sharing, spirituality. A key ingredient to the concept of kitchen anti-waste which allows you to travel into the memories of the past: i passatelli of grandmother Handmaid and the bread cream of mamma Luisa are the tangible proof.

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A panettone for champions signed Gucci Osteria by Massimo Bottura – Italian Cuisine

Two excellent reasons to make the Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura panettone your most appreciated Christmas gift of all

He has more medals than a sports champion, he has the fashionista look in millennial pink, he is produced in a limited edition, he could be on display at the Guggenheim. What are we talking about? Of the panettone by Gucci Osteria by Massimo Bottura, which may be your most appreciated Christmas gift of all. Why? Now we explain it to you with two very convincing reasons.

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Also this year Gucci Osteria collaborated with the pastry chefs of the famous pastry shop Posillipo Sweet Workshop to create the delicious panettone made with the highest quality ingredients. In the artisan pastry shop in Gabicce Monte, in the Marche region, the best panettone is produced, famous for its softness, unmistakable taste and the excellent raw materials used. Hence, winners of prestigious awards such as "King Panettone 2016" in Milan and the same award to "Una mole di Panettoni" in 2018 in Turin, in addition to the silver medal in the 2020 edition of the Panettone World Championship promoted by the FIPGC .

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Each panettone is enclosed in a soft pink flannel pouch and accommodated in an elegant pink tin box signed by Gucci, a limited edition, animated by the Gucci Eye motif, an iconic symbol of the fashion world. A present that will also remain in the future as a joy or home décor.

The traditional panettone and the variant with chocolate and black cherry will be available both in the 1 kg format and in the 500 g proposal, sold exclusively at Gucci Osteria. For orders from Europe, the restaurant can be contacted through the email address: GucciOsteria.MB@gucci.com or by phone at +39 055 75927038.

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Mac & Cheese by Massimo Bottura: the Italian-Modena recipe – Italian Cuisine

Mac & Cheese by Massimo Bottura: the Italian-Modena recipe

Kitchen Quarantine: what does a great Chef do at the time of lockdown? Family, cooking and music at the Bottura home. Here is a preview from the new special issue of La Cucina Italiana

Previewed by Kitchen Quarantine of Massimo Bottura, on page 80 of our July issue: the recipe of Bottura's Italian-Modena mac & cheese.

Italian Mac & cheese from Modena

Ingredients for 4-6 people

For the bechamel

500 g milk
80 g Parmigiano Reggiano Dop 30 months
50 g butter
40 g flour
salt – nutmeg

For pasta
300 g leftover mixed pasta (spaghetti, fusilli, macaroni)
150 g diced mortadella
120 g blue goat cheese in chunks
80 g ricotta
80 g smoked caciotta cheese to finish
60 g grated pecorino cheese
40 g Grated Parmigiano Reggiano Dop 30 months
40 g grated pecorino
1 mozzarella (for milk)


For the bechamel
Cook the flour with the butter in a saucepan, then add the warmed milk a little at a time, stirring so as not to form lumps.
Add the grated Parmesan cheese, 1 tablespoon at a time, then a pinch of salt and nutmeg.

For pasta
Boil the leftover pasta and drain it. Pour half of the béchamel over the bottom of a mold (round cake tin ø 24-26 cm). Add the slightly chopped and mixed pasta. Spread the cottage cheese on top, sprinkle with the milk of
a mozzarella (cut the mozzarella in half and squeeze it over the mold). Spread the mortadella and blue cheese nuts in the mold. Sprinkle with grated pecorino and pecorino cheese. Cover everything with the remaining béchamel, sprinkle with plenty of grated Parmesan and bake at 200 ° C for about 25 minutes.
Remove from the oven and finish with the grated smoked caciotta.

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