7 Northern Italian Dishes You Need To Try
One of the many reasons people visit Italy is for its unbelievably good food and Northern Italian dishes are up there with the very best in the country. This is the heartland for rich tasty cooking and hearty food that will delight you with every mouthful.
With travel out of the question for now, we wanted to share some tasty Italian recipes that you can cook at home. These aren’t just any recipes either, as they come from some of the world’s top food bloggers. The best of the best. Make sure to bookmark them and browse through the other recipes on their sites. You won’t regret it!
So, if you are planning a trip to Italy or just want to cook some Northern Italian dishes before visiting then these recipes are the perfect place to start…
Northern Italian Dishes
The medium-course grind polenta is made from heritage red field corn that was originally developed in Northern Italy. It is whole-grain milled, meaning that the entire grain — including all the germ, bran and endosperm — is milled without separating any of those components out.
Recipe is by Carloyn.
This is a dish with the traditions of Northern Italy and a bit of inspiration from a cheese produced in Switzerland, using some simple techniques. It’s huge on flavour.
Recipe is by Loreto and Nicoletta.