1. Finger Food
Finger Food is a new iPhone app by Gambero Rosso with 120 easy-to-follow Fingerfood recipes for a (roof) terrace party, beach diner or picnic by the lake. All recipes can be easily made at home using ingredients that are commonly available in most supermarkets.
Recipes include: Zuppa fredda di mandorle e seppioline, Bocconcini di ventresca di tonno, Tartara di salmone marinato in casa, Polpette di baccalà crudo, Millefoglie di pane carasau, Salamini di cioccolato…
See also: Finger food is the new gastronomic trend
2. Italians cook it better
Italians cook it better provides a complete immersion into Italy’s traditional cooking organizing the recipes by region and providing a brief history about each one of the twenty regions. The history of the region focuses on the gastronomy and the factoids that make up the culinary tradition such as popular spices and cooking methods typical of each area.
Italians Cook It Better features around 250 recipes organized into appetizers, first courses, main courses, side dishes, desserts and others.
3. The Best Italian Pasta Recipes
The best Italian pasta recipes will teach you the best tricks to prepare your favorite pasta recipes and choose the right wines.The app contains more than 60 pasta recipes with original Italian names and a list of wines to combine with each recipe, plus extra suggestions, tips and tricks.
4. Italian food
Italian food will help you to get the right balance of the five main food groups while discovering the best Italian recipes and lifestyle. The Mediterranean diet, key to a healthy lifestyle, means eating a wide variety of foods in the right proportions. This free app is sponsored by The Ministry of Economic Development and The Italian Institute for Foreign Trade.