A Very Easy Recipe For Burrida Alla Cagliaritana

A Very Easy Recipe For Burrida Alla Cagliaritana

Sa Burrida a sa Casteddaia – AKA burrida alla Cagliaritana (Cagliari style) – is one of the most common appetizers found in fish and seafood restaurants in the area of Cagliari and its surroundings, up to the small town of Pula and even the Sulcis area....
How To Make Zeppole Sarde, AKA Zippulas

How To Make Zeppole Sarde, AKA Zippulas

Ask my family and friends what my favorite Sardinian sweet is and they will tell you it’s zeppole sarde – zippulas in Sardinian. Typically eaten during Carnival, and a must on Shrove Tuesday (Martedì Grasso, also known as Pancake Day or Mardi Gras), just a...
How To Make Sardinian Fregola Con Arselle

How To Make Sardinian Fregola Con Arselle

Fregola con arselle, or fregula con cocciulas in Sardinian, is one of the most popular pasta dishes on the island. Originating from Cagliari, Sardinia’s capital, the dish is surprisingly easy to make: only six ingredients are used to prepare this delicious,...
How To Make Sa Panada From Sardinia

How To Make Sa Panada From Sardinia

Sa Panada (simply called Panada in Italian or English) is one of the tastiest and most comforting Sardinian dishes. The name “panada” comes from the Latin “panem” and refers to all those dishes which were already known in Roman times and which...