Traditional recipes from Puglia – Apulian Cooking and Food


Filed under Food, Puglia

This video is an introduction to the Apulian food and cuisine.
Inside you will find a surprise: the original recipe of “Tiedda alla Barese”
D E L I C I O U S !

And here the first part of traditional recipes from Apulia.


Coniglio alla Zucca (Rabbit with Winter Squash)

Agnello al forno con patate (Oven roasted lamb and potatoes)

Costolette di Maiale alle erbe – (Baby Pork Chops)

Involtini – (Meat Roll-ups)

Salsiccia e Lenticchie – Sausages with Lentils

Cartellate – Christmas Fritters

Struffoli

Almond brittle

Chiacchiere – Carnival waffles

buon appetito !

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3 Comments to “Traditional recipes from Puglia – Apulian Cooking and Food”
  1. Debra says:

    Dear Domenico Maggi,

    My great Uncle Antonio Martellotto was married to Carmela Maggi, lived in Alberobello. They were married May 20,1916. I was wondering if you have any connection with them. I will be coming in April to visit Bari and Alberobello where my grandparents are from for the first time. I’m trying to fill my ancestry tree and to know how my family lived. Could you write me back if you know of any connections. Also Im trying to find a street name that my grandparents lived on but I do not see it on modern maps, maybe the name changed. The name is Via La Ricca. Would you be familar with that name? I loved your video, I can picture my grandmother cooking. Thank you for this video.

    Debra Adao ( Martellotto)

    Please make sure that Chef Domenico Maggi receives this email.

  2. Concetta Marguet says:

    Ricordo di mia mamma quand face à I taralli salati, I “pitcllet” non ha auto tempo di darmi il suo sapere di questi deliziosi taralli . Sic ! E possible avere la ricetta ? Grazie

  3. Lucia says:

    I was nominated for a James Beard award in 2003 for an article in PASTA about my grandmother (Laura Caporusso Terrone from Binetto) and her spaghetti sauce. She imported olive oil in great barrels from her village to Brooklyn the basis for the divine tomato sauce.

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