What I am presenting today is a "parmigiana" made with Zucchini instead of Eggplant. The main ingredient changes but the procedure stays "almost" the same. If you had to stick to very traditional recipe, the vegetable shoud be fried, but I don't like to fry that much thus I grilled my zucchini instead. Here below is the recipe, easy and very tasty.
In the whole basin of the Mediterranean sea, rabbit is used in several dishes and in some cases it even represents the flagship recipe of the Country such as for Malta, where rabbit (fenek, in Maltese) is at the base of the local cuisine. Don't forget about the Spanish Paella, whose original recipe, born outside the city of Valencia in the area of the Albufera swamp, is made with rice and rabbit (no fish).
Friggitelli are a variety of sweet green chili peppers, long and small that is cultivated in springtime, when the tempetaure is above 10 Celsius. They are usually cultivated in South Italy, where they take the name of Friarielli, althogh it is possible to find them also in central Italy
You can actually make risotto with any ingredient you like: cheese, wine, sausage, vegetables, mushrooms and so on. There is basically no food wich cannot be used for making a good risotto, which is is pretty good because all of us are allowed to make our own special risotto regardless if we are omnivore, vegetarian or vegan: risotto is for everyone.
Food is pretty much a religion in Italy, so the official starters of the Piedmont Region are approximately 140. Our creativity may allow us to create new ones, but for those who are very sticky to tradition, nothing can be served as an official starter out of the codified ones.
Don’t you also feel that simple pleasures are the best, sometimes? I do believe that cooking shouldn’t be complicated (maybe long, but not complicated) so I really like those recipes that do not involve special skills, knowledge and abilities because they are so pleasantly simple that anyone can do, anytime, anywhere.