Italian Garlic Dough Balls

Italian Garlic Dough Balls Serve a platter of warm dough balls with our special garlic dressing. These garlic dough balls are perfect for sharing with all the family. Ingredients Pizza dough (see Margherita Pizza/Stromboli recipe) 2 cloves garlic Handful fresh parsley Extra virgin olive oil Parmesan cheese Method Oil a baking tray. Take a small piece of dough (about the size of a walnut) and … Continue reading Italian Garlic Dough Balls

Nutella Cookie Skillet

Nutella Cookie Skillet Buttery and gooey on the inside, crispy and golden on the outside! This Nutella Stuffed Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie has us begging for more. There’s nothing better than a warm chocolate chip cookie straight out of the oven, especially one that is oozing with chocolate hazelnut Nutella. Every bite melts in your mouth! Ingredients 250g/2 cups flour 1 tsp baking powder … Continue reading Nutella Cookie Skillet

Italian Christmas Wreath

Italian Christmas Wreath Here you have our Twintastico Twist on the Christmas Wreath. With perfectly cooked soft dough balls stuffed with gooey mozzarella and the perfect sauce to dip into. Perfect for all the family this Christmas. Ingredients For the pizza dough 5 cups/650g 00 all-purpose or bread flour 2 1⁄4 tsp. fast-acting dry yeast 2 tsp. salt 1 cup/250ml water 2 tbsp. extra-virgin olive … Continue reading Italian Christmas Wreath

Struffoli – Honey covered Italian Balls

Struffoli – Honey covered Italian Balls Whats better than Italian balls??? Italian balls covered in honey! If you’ve never encountered struffoli before, they are best described as small dough balls, the size of marbles, that are deep-fried and then rolled in honey before being assembled into a cone, served with a generous sprinkling of sugar sprinkles on top. They are a Neapolitan dish, crunchy on the outside … Continue reading Struffoli – Honey covered Italian Balls

Twintastico Piccoli Cuscini/Pasta Fritta

Twintastico Piccoli Cuscini/Pasta Fritta One of the things we miss most about Italy is the long-table dinners we would have with our family in the small village where our famiglia live. While we patiently waited for the prima and seconda courses, we would start with antipasti which would include cured meats, pickled vegetables and mushrooms, olives, bruschetta, bread, crostini etc along with one of our … Continue reading Twintastico Piccoli Cuscini/Pasta Fritta

Twins Take On… Alberti’s Amazing Almond Biscotti

Alberti’s Amazing Almond Biscotti… Biscotti means twice cooked in Italian… These crunchy, sweet Italian treats date back to the 13th Century. The dough is baked in a log, then cut up into slices and baked again so they dry and crisp up, hence the name biscotti, which means ‘twice cooked’. There are many different ways to flavour your biscotti. Delicious with tea or coffee, you … Continue reading Twins Take On… Alberti’s Amazing Almond Biscotti