Italian Sauces for Cold Weather Days

August 7, 2020  |  By Liz SanFilippo Hall
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Italian Sauces for Cold Weather Days

In the cold weather, hot foods are on the top of everyone’s list, which is why we often turn to steaming soups and chilis for comfort. But a hearty dish of pasta and fresh sauce is another great way to warm up your hands, as well as your stomach. By making the sauce from scratch, not only will you create a heavenly aroma from the simmering vegetables, but you’ll warm up your kitchen too!

Learn to make delicious sauces on a cooking vacation in Italy.

Tomatoes on the vine in ItalyOnce such Italian recipe for a hearty sauce comes from the chefs of our cooking vacation Cook in the Heart of Chianti. What’s wonderful about his sauce recipe is that it’s very much tailored to what’s in season, including tomatoes, as well as what you’re in the mood for. It also helps that it makes homemade sauces accessible to all kinds of home cooks, no matter what your skill level.

A delicious plate of pasta with homemade sauce from an Italy cooking vacation with The International Kitchen.That’s because the chefs have simplified the recipe in the Tuscan tradition; to make this sauce, you’ll basically be mixing all the vegetables and cooking them in wine. Once the wine has partially evaporated, you’ll mix in the broth, and so on. Plus, the chefs also provide tips to make the recipe easier. This Chianti Classico sauce can be served with any kind of pasta, whether fresh or dry. So pair it with your favorite plate of ravioli, bucatini, or angel hair, and bon appétit!

For more cooking tips and recipes from our chefs in Tuscany, including the recipe for Chianti Classico Sauce, visit us in Tuscany at Cook in the Heart of Chianti.

By Liz Hall

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