Second courses

Lemon scaloppine
Meat

Lemon scaloppine

Last-minute dinner guests? Family supper ideas? This super quick lemon-scented second course is sure to impress! The Italian term scaloppina derives from the French noun escalope, and refers to   thinly sliced veal, chicken or turkey, flavoured and further enhanced by

cold sliced veal
Dressing and sauces

Veal with tuna sauce and lemon

It is said that the original, 18th century recipe for vitèl tonné did not include tuna fish, and the French adjective tonné was merely used to reference the tuna-like preparation of the veal. Chef Artusi’s 1891 recipe was the first

ginger chicken
Meat

Lemon and ginger chicken tenders

A light, quick second course even novice cooks can easily master. Ideal for those who love oriental flavours, mind their weight, and wish to try new recipes. You can serve lemon and ginger chicken tenders with fragrant Oriental salad or

Steak Tartare
3 Steps Recipes

Steak Tartare

Fresh, delicious, quick and easy to make, this dish can be served as an appetizer or second course. For outstanding tartare, seek your butcher’s advice and, if need be, have him cut the meat for you. Lean cuts of beef

“Baccalà”(cod)  with potatoes
Fish

“Baccalà” with potatoes

“Baccalà” (cod) is a cherished fish that never fails to make a welcome appearance, especially on holidays. Cod can be grilled, stewed, fried, baked, and prepared in a thousand other ways.

tuna and mango sauce
Fish

Tuna with lemon, lime and mango sauce

Who ever said you can only have fruit after or in-between meals? We also enjoy it as part of a main course, like this exotic, tasty and highly fragrant entree. Amaze your guests with these irresistible tuna steaks, paired with

spiedini pesce e verdure
Fish

Grilled Fish and Vegetable Skewers

Who ever said you can only grill meat? Grilled fish and vegetables are just as tasty and succulent, and even more impressive when artfully plated, dressed with fragrant lemon juice. Ingredients (For approx. 6 skewers) 100 g salmon 6 shrimp

Fish

Garlic and Lemon Salmon Steaks

Get your fill of omega 3, mineral salts, phosphorus, and selenium with this utterly delicious alternative to traditional salmon steak. The garlic will give it a decisive, aromatic flavor, while the lemon will boost the fragrance and flavor of this

Fish

Lemon Swordfish Steak

Sicily, homeland of the fragrant fruit our lemon juice is made from, offers a cornucopia of culinary delights, including the much prized swordfish. This fish is excellent for low-calorie diets and in case of hypertension-related conditions, but should not be