menu every day from July 18 to 24

A guide from Monday to Sunday, with savory dishes and desserts for weekend indulgence

The winter vacation has begun! Students have two full weeks at their disposal enjoy free time and, why not, delicious and home-cooked food. It is a great opportunity to cook as a family and prepare a set of food in the freezer that will save us when the routine takes over.

In addition to the delicacies of the snacks, we will continue to enjoy the steam pots and warm stews. Lentils are not usually the choice of the little ones in the house… so we blend them and turn them into a very nutritious soup.

The dessert of the week consists of two wonderfully combinable products: cookies and chocolate. I’ll let you in on a little secret, party favors sell lollipop sticks. Prick each truffle with one of these toothpicks before dipping in chocolate and waiting for it to dry. The cake will remain!

Have a wonderful week everyone and good rest to the students!

1. Monday, July 18




Lentil soup recipe (Photo: Instagram @como.come.leon)

Lentil soup. A great way to add vegetables to your menu. Creamy and thick soup with plenty of filling.

2. Tuesday, July 19

Polenta with spinach and poached egg.  Photo: PL Deli Cafe


Polenta with spinach and poached egg. Photo: PL Deli Cafe

Polenta with spinach. As you make the classic polenta, you also add the spinach leaves. Mix it with the vegetables and it will be very creamy. It’s fabulous served with a poached egg. Cheers you up!

3. Wednesday, July 20

Nachos with guacamole.


Nachos with guacamole.

Nachos with guacamole and chicken tacos. The industrial version of nachos is getting more and more expensive. Forget the “package” and make them at home. The meal continues with some chicken tacos to complete the Mexican menu.

4 Thursday 21 July

Steamed bondiola and sweet potato cake recipe.  Photo @mamialhorno.


Steamed bondiola and sweet potato cake recipe. Photo @mamialhorno.

Steamed bondiola and sweet potato cake. Like potatoes and meat, but with falling apart pork and mashed potatoes. It is tastier than the classic and takes longer to prepare, but the recipe is worth it!

5. Friday, July 22

Milanese pork


Milanese pork

pork Milanese. We agree that Milanese food is great for both kids and adults, right? This version is pork, for variety. They are cheaper and very thin. If you remove the bone, they are smaller and rounder, ideal for sandwiches on figaza bread.

6. Saturday, July 23

Beef stew recipe.  Photo: Shutterstock.


Beef stew recipe. Photo: Shutterstock.

Beef stew. You know, slow cooking that perfumes the house and slowly beckons diners. If you want the sauce to be thicker, sift the meat cubes through flour before putting them in the pot.

7. Sunday, July 24

Semolina gnocchi, typical Italian taste.  Recipe for gnocchi without potatoes For gnocchi without potatoes


Semolina gnocchi, typical Italian taste. Recipe for gnocchi without potatoes For gnocchi without potatoes

Semolina gnocchi. They are very rich and easy to make. They are usually cut in circles, using a cutter or glass, but they can also be cut into squares with a knife. The gratin gives it a very nice crunchy effect, but that doesn’t mean you can’t serve it with sauce if you like.

dessert of the week

Oreo and White Chocolate Truffle Recipe.  Photo @mica.brogna


Oreo and White Chocolate Truffle Recipe. Photo @mica.brogna

Oreo and white chocolate truffles. So rich and so easy! Cream cheese can be replaced with dulce de leche, ganache, hazelnut chocolate paste or hazelnut paste.

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