What to cook during the week of January 24? Here are the first, second and easiest desserts for everyday cooking
Who said that during the week you have to settle for uninspiring meals? The beauty of Italian cuisine lies precisely in the possibility of creating new flavors every time, even with few ingredients available.
In the gallery above we collected 10 recipes to be prepared without having to make exaggerated expenses, to show you that even the "easier and faster recipes"Can give great satisfaction.
What to cook in the week of January 24: first courses
It is possible to cook a tasty pasta dish when the pantry is practically empty? If not everyone likes a classic spaghetti with garlic, oil and chilli, we are sure everyone will love this dish called "Onion Adagio", a delicious recipe to bring to the table in half an hour.
Do not be convinced by anyone that the lasagna you can eat them only on weekends. With this recipe based on radicchio, gorgonzola and walnuts to prepare easily with the microwave, lasagna enters directly into our weekly menus.
What to cook in the week of January 24: main courses
The chicken it is almost never missing in the fridge or freezer, but you are probably tired of the usual grilled breast and scallops. To whet your palate with unexpected combinations, consult the recipe for chicken curry with apples and carrots and let yourself be conquered by its aromas.
Bet on during the week fish that require quick cooking, such as mackerel and mullet, both cheap and rich in beneficial properties for the body. In just 25 minutes, for example, you can prepare intriguing ginger mullet.
For those who always save dinner with omelettes, write down this spectacular recipe: the white omelette with crispy coriander crumbs will transform an ordinary dinner into a special moment to share with those you love.
And as a side dish? Let's recycle the potatoes in a tortilla that will drive young and old alike crazy.
What to cook in the week of January 24: sweets
For the snacks of the week we relied on two recipes from Italian tradition.
Carfogn, typical sweets of Belluno, have a filling based on poppy seeds, dark chocolate, biscuits, sugar, milk and brandy.
Finally, the milk tortels from Trentino, an apple and milk pie that is too easy to prepare.