MammaBoom Video Recipes

The great classics of Italian tradition

Beef fillet with orange

The beef tenderloin, with a reduction of #8217; orange sauce, is a gourmet second course, very quick to prepare and rich in taste and aroma!


Carbonara - Garnished with Zucchini Flowers

Carbonara is the symbolic pasta of Rome. The ingredients are few and very simple: eggs, bacon and pecorino. Known and appreciated all over the world, it is prepared in a few minutes.


Cacio e Pepe with the magic of broad beans

Cacio e pepe is one of the most famous dishes of Roman cuisine. At first sight it is one of the simplest dishes. Only two ingredients and pasta, but it is a dish full of pitfalls. Let's see how to do it, and well, in three minutes.


Bucatini all'Amatriciana. Original Recipe!

Bucatini all'Amatriciana is a symbol of the culinary tradition of Lazio and a great classic of Italian cuisine. The basic ingredients are bucatini, pomodoro, guanciale and pecorino romano. Bucatini all'Amatriciana is a simple and inexpensive dish and if executed as we say, success is guaranteed.

Bucatini all'Amatriciana. Spring recipe!

Laura Benedetto confesses: 'I love making this first course, especially if made with the right ingredients, such as Amatrice's bacon, pecorino romano and fresh tomatoes. While the bucatini must be of durum wheat. "

Fettuccine alla bolognese

Thanks to its ease of manufacture and its exceptional taste, pasta with meat sauce in the classic or white version is one of the most famous and appreciated first courses in Italian cuisine in the world.


Homemade egg pasta for fettuccine, maltagliati and tagliatelle

Making fresh pasta at home is an ancient story: from the dough rolled with a rolling pin, many years ago tagliatelle, tagliolini, lasagne, ravioli and tortellini were made.

Spread and cut the egg pasta

With a few simple steps it is easy and fun to roll out the egg pasta and cut it into various formats, such as fettuccine, tagliatelle, maltagliati, lasagna.


Real Fettuccine Alfredo

An easy recipe with three simple ingredients: fettuccine with egg, butter and parmesan. The peculiarity is the creamy sauce, which is formed by stirring the fettuccine with melted butter and Parmesan. Fettuccine Alfredo is the best-known Italian dish in the United States.

Saltimbocca alla Romana

The Roman saltimbocca are a second meat-based dish typical of Roman cuisine.
Few ingredients with great flavor: veal, raw ham and sage, cooked a few minutes in a pan with the addition of white wine and butter.
A tantalizing and fast dish that "jumps in the mouth" from how much and greedy!


Lemon veal scaloppini

The veal cutlets with lemon are a classic second course of Italian cuisine, very tasty and easy to prepare. The fresh scent of the lemon and the thick creamy sauce that accompanies the tender veal will immediately conquer all adults and children. The veal cutlets with lemon are made with very few ingredients: veal nut, lemon juice, butter and flour.

Eggplant parmigiana

Eggplant parmigiana is a classic single dish that embodies the aromas and flavors of classic Mediterranean cuisine. Thanks to the goodness of its ingredients, perfectly balanced between them, it is considered among the most appreciated Italian specialties in the world.

Pasta and Beans

Pasta and beans is a true classic of Italian cuisine, a recipe of popular economic tradition but tasty and nutritious. Due to its richness, pasta and beans is a healthy single dish perfect for the whole family.

Roman-style Beef Rolls (Beef Braciole) in sauce

The Sunday dish is a great classic, easy to prepare and with a guaranteed taste. The Roman-style rolls are very tasty and light and the sauce is an excellent condiment for every type of pasta.

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