What is the cooking process for italian food?!

Question: What is the cooking process for italian food?
For my design and technology homework I have to show the cooking process for italian food.
Eg. Japan:
Rolling sushi.. (it's in the process of making it right.)
so I need some of the cooking proces for Italy.
These foods will be good:
And more if you can:) xx


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One of the most popular Italian foods is - obviously - pasta. Italians very rarely buy pasta, they make it themselves. It's quick and simple, and has no preservatives as shop- bought pastas do.

The process of making pasta is explained at this web page :


and there are also pages about making pizza.


I live and work in Italy.

There is not just one cooking process for Italian food.

Obviously the most common italian food is Pasta, so that's boiling.

Other stuff like Pizza and Lasagna is baked.

I guess the most unique thing about italian food would be making pasta, and pizza, from dough.

It sounds an odd question from a DT point of view.

If you just want a lit of italian dishes then:-

Linguini Al Fredo
Spaghetti Carbonara
Spaghetti Bolignese
Spaghetti Vongole
Melonzane Parmigana

Basicly, i can firmly say that all italian food is based off of tomatoes. So start out with TOMATOES!
Then, you do different things to the tomato.
Sun dried (For an antipasto or pizza toppings)
Sliced (For a pizza)
Chopped (for an antipasto, (salad))
Simmered (for sauce of course)

then go on and add your carbs (Pasta, dough)

then add your cholesterol..lol (Cheese, Ham, capicole, salami, lamb)

pizza, sphagetti, panna cota, coconut biscotti, tiramisu, puff pastry. you can find them under italian cuisine.


I always go to http://italianfoodimports.com/ for tips and the best imports!


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