A collection of authentic Italian recipes from a chef who learnt good Italian home cooking from his mother. Basics like pasta, risottos, pizzas, fish stews and meat ragouts are included, and advice is given on choosing and buying Italian ingredients.
Simple recipes from tv chef, Aldo Zilli, allow the reader to produce wonderful, contemporary Italian food, without complicated techniques or hard-to-find ingredients. Aldo Zilli's food is full of robust flavours which are, as he puts it, 'minimally mucked-about'. He has the knack of combining great simplicity with great taste. He learnt to cook from his mother. Before training as a chef he was a fisherman in Abruzzo. His food is authentically Italian. The Zilli Cookbook contains lots of homely Italian basics like pasta, risottos, pizzas, fish stews and meat ragouts. Recipes are accompanied by beautiful photographs and the text is enlivened by Aldo's wisdom on choosing and buying Italian ingredients.
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Aldo Zilli is perfectly positioned to present Italian food to the British public. He is the founder and chef-patron of five of the most exciting Italian restaurants in London. His warm, vivacious personality comes across effortlessly in his many radio and television appearances, on ITV, BBC, the UK Food Channel and Five.
The Zilli Cookbook by Aldo Zilli
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Simon & Schuster Ltd
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