What do Italians put on the table for Christmas? They love food some much and know how to cook it perfectly.
The Christmas Eve or La Vigilia is the most important day of the year in Italy when the whole family gathers around the table. The dinner is prepared according to the local traditions of each of Italy’s regions. The most popular one originates from Southern Italy and is known as Feast of the Seven Fishes – a multicourse dinner that includes different fishes, light food and no meat.
If you want to experience something a little different this Christmas, try some of these delicious recipes and make you holiday even more festive! Here are 7 tips to make traditional Italian Christmas dinner
1. Baccala Salad
2. Pasta con le Sarde (Pasta with Sardines and Fennel)
3. Calamari with potatoes and peas
4. Stuffed Calamari
5. Sauted Sole
6.Whole Roasted Branzino with Fennel and Onions
7. Lobster Fra Diavolo (Lobster in Spicy Tomato Sauce)