Chocolate Panettone

From: Today

Catherine says: "Living in Ireland, I used to think of panettone as a very dry Italian Christmas cake until I tasted one that had been freshly made in Sicily. I was totally converted – I could easily devour half of one in a single sitting! I bake these as individual little panettone cakes for friends. They are so good served with a glass of dessert wine or even Marsala.

Blackberry and Raspberry Yoghurt Ice Cream

Catherine says: "Yoghurt ice cream is incredibly popular in every local gelateria. I really like the blend of tartness from the yoghurt and sweetness from the fruit, and it's pretty healthy too. Try pomegranate in this recipe - it's a great mediterranean flavour that blends well with the natural yoghurt."

North Indian Prawn Curry

From: Today

A delicious Indian prawn dish that will leave you wanting more.

Orange and Oregano Cod with Chorizo and New Potatoes

From: Four Live

Catherine Fulvio cooks up this easy and flavoursome fish dish.

Chocolate breadcrumb and almond cake

From: Today

An unusual twist on the traditional chocolate cake, but every bit as indulgent!

Red Lentil, Red Pepper and Coconut Milk Soup

From: Catherine's Family Kitchen

Sprinkle the toasted coconut over the soup to serve.

Massaman Chicken Curry

From: Catherine's Family Kitchen

Garnish with fresh coriander.

Gnocchi (Spinach) with Tomato Sauce

From: Catherine's Roman Holiday

A delicious gnocchi in tomato sauce from Catherine Fulvio.

Beetroot-Cured Side of Salmon with Dill Potatoes

From: Catherine's Italian Kitchen

A great starter or nibble amongst friends.

Beef in red wine

From: Today

Vittoria is regarded as the centre of the wine trade in Ragusa, especially famous for an award winning red wine called Cerasuolo di Vittorio. The wine was delicious and I always say you should only cook with a wine you would be happy to serve to your friends to drink, so here goes!




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