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Bake the Book: Coffee Panna Cotta

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Imagine a creamy cappuccino, softly solidified. That's what the coffee panna cotta from Nigellissima reminds one of. Sweetened with brown sugar and flavored with espresso, this panna cotta is rich, yet refreshing. More

Coffee Panna Cotta

Serious Eats Emma Kobolakis 2 comments

Imagine a creamy cappuccino, softly solidified. That's what the coffee panna cotta from Nigellissima reminds one of. Sweetened with brown sugar and flavored with espresso, this panna cotta is rich, yet refreshing. More

Bake the Book: Aniseed Shortbread

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It doesn't get much more classically Italian than the taste and scent of aniseed. That licorice flavor is as intense as it is divisive. But this shortbread from Nigellissima has plenty of buttery crumble and a subtle sweetness that makes the aniseed component balanced, not biting. If you aren't a licorice fan, try this recipe. You might be surprised. More

Aniseed Shortbread

Serious Eats Emma Kobolakis Post a comment

Aniseed is a flavor hallmark of Italian cooking. Though its taste can be divisive, an excellent way to win over fans would be to present them with a slice of Nigellissima's golden, crumbling, buttery, lightly-sweet aniseed shortbread. More

Bake the Book: Double Amaretto Semifreddo

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A semifreddo normally takes a bit of egg beating and machine mixing. Happily, the recipe given in Nigellissima requires neither. Amaretto liqueur and crunchy amaretto cookies provide the flavor base, and a coating of apricot-almond golden sauce is a luxurious final touch. More

Double Amaretto Semifreddo with Golden Gleaming Sauce

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This doubly flavored delight from Nigellissima owes its taste to amaretto liqueur, as well as a generous helping of crunchy amaretto cookies mixed into a rich, creamy semifreddo base. A coating of apricot-almond golden sauce is a luxurious final touch. More

Bake the Book: Sambuca Kisses

Sweets Emma Kobolakis 1 comment

"Baci" is Italian for "kiss". Flavored with Sambuca, these little baci from Nigellissima taste lightly of aniseed and orange zest. Whole-milk ricotta gives them a creaminess that's lightened when they're fried. More

Bake the Book: Nigellissima

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At this point, Nigella Lawson is a household name. But before the television show, or the best-selling cookbooks, there was Italy. Nigellissima is a love letter to the country that inspired her as a chef. More

Sambuca Kisses

Serious Eats Emma Kobolakis Post a comment

"Baci" is Italian for "kiss". And these kisses are as light as air. Flavored with anise liqueur, these fried delights should flutter into your mouth as fast as you can turn them out. Nigellissima has the recipe. More

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