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‘Nduja and provolone sourdough bread

‘Nduja and provolone sourdough bread

In partnership with Vico Food Box,  Italian food at low prices with free shipping throughout Europe There are few things better than a slice of freshly baked homemade stuffed bread. This ‘nduja and provolone sourdough bread combines the best of the worlds I live in: hearty sourdough bread from Britain and some of the most amazing ingredients from Italy, giving you

Vegan ‘totally gianduia’ pots - The Italian baker

Vegan ‘totally gianduia’ pots - The Italian baker

When I first launched the Italian baker, one of my best friends, who is vegan, asked me if I was planning to post any vegan recipes on the blog any time soon. He sort of caught me “off guard”, since I honestly hadn’t thought about it yet. True, I had baked vegan goodies before, but always following other people’s recipes

Jam and marzipan sticky buns - The Italian baker

Jam and marzipan sticky buns - The Italian baker

Regulars to the blog will know that I have got a preference for locally sourced ingredients and homemade products to bake with. I can definitely say that’s also something that goes back to my childhood. Mum would bake or make something from scratch and then exchange that with something else that the neighbours had baked or made. And each week the

Apple and peanut financier traybake cake - The Italian baker

Apple and peanut financier traybake cake - The Italian baker

Apple cake is one of my childhood memories. How many times I have eaten it, particularly during winter months. Yes, winter comes, and so does apple cake. Or apple tart. Or baked apples. Or cookies stuffed with apples. Apples everywhere. However, I must say it was never one of my favourites. You know, kids. Kids and their love for chocolate.

Five-grain no-knead bread - The Italian baker

Five-grain no-knead bread - The Italian baker

*Disclaimer: long story for a short recipe.* Since I was a kid, whenever I was hungry my mum would always say, “if you’re hungry, eat some bread”. It’s no mystery that the typical Italian diet is quite big on carbs. Breads, baked snacks, pasta, pizza, risotto. Yes, Italians know their starches. In particular, growing up bread was everywhere. We would eat it for

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