RELAXING VEGETARIAN COOKING: Italian Antipasti, Vegan Hummus, Easy Appetisers in Tuscany, Italy

Content weekend! This time I’m sharing two simple recipes for balanced aperitivo treats or appetisers from my residence in Tuscany, Italy. I cook dinner a delectable vegan recipe for hummus with chickpeas, tahini, olive oil and roasted garlic and tiny roasted vegetable vegetarian antipasti with puff pastry and ricotta. You can discover quite a few more films on my channel about how I uncovered Italian and moved to Italy. Generating these episodes by yourself is very time consuming and expensive and if you would like to aid my do the job, you can find my Patreon site below:
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32 thoughts on “RELAXING VEGETARIAN COOKING: Italian Antipasti, Vegan Hummus, Easy Appetisers in Tuscany, Italy

  • at 5:07 pm

    New subsciber, I find your video's relaxing. Your accent sounds more brit to me than ausy. Im not expert though

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  • at 12:18 pm

    Such a beautiful video, nice “set” design

  • at 2:39 am

    Bellissimo video as always! Your hair looks so good in this video, could you do a hair tutorial per favore e grazie!

  • at 9:57 pm

    Hello Kylie. Thank you for your lovely ideas. The whole puff pastry sheet is much better than mine: I used to make individual squares ans they take forever to fill. Like this it will be quicker to make.

  • at 9:59 pm

    I peeled mushrooms and chickpeas and a friend said to me: only classy people do that! Ha! You akso peel each chickpea individually.

  • at 7:36 pm

    Just fabulous, thank you Kylie, Best Wishes, Marty Kozee Masden😉

  • at 8:44 pm

    Lovely!! <3<3<3

  • at 1:11 pm

    Oh Kylie! Thanks for these delicious recipes…I have all the ingredients at home…now, which one to make first?? Thank you for sharing; I love seeing you in the kitchen and your recipes always turn out so delicious!!

  • at 1:18 am

    Oh, why did it have to end ?!

  • at 11:10 am

    Wow!! This looks so good!! 😊 I have to try to make this one day! Thank you for teaching the world how to make this amazing dish! Keep up the great work!! 😇🙏

  • at 1:15 pm

    Hi Kylie, love your videos! They are beautiful and inspiring, something I need in my life right now!

  • at 1:54 pm

    Absolutely amazing videos throughout your channel!!

  • at 9:58 pm

    Beautifully done! Sipped my glass of vino and enjoyed immensely! Cheers!

  • at 3:00 am

    Just found your Channel. What a pure soul you are.

  • at 2:15 am

    You are such a talented movie maker and a delightful person full of love, joy and wisdom.
    God loves you…

  • at 3:44 am

    Amazing beautiful.Thank you.

  • at 4:41 am

    Using a salad spinner will remove the skins from the garbanzo beans.

  • at 11:06 am

    I could live on this the rest of my life.

  • at 10:09 am

    How long did you live in the UK for? You have a very strong English accent. You have completely lost your Australian accent.

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  • at 7:40 pm

    Beautiful. Enjoyed this video so much. 🙏💝

  • at 12:03 am

    Soothing..ahh I feel better now. Your voice, the music,the scenery & the recipes are a joy
    With thanks🤗🥰

  • at 8:11 am

    That humus, which is always vegan by the way, is the typical recipe for Israeli humus.

  • at 2:23 am

    Thank you, Kylie, for keeping me company on a warm San Francisco night! 🌝

  • at 3:44 pm

    Absolutely love your cooking shows! So inspiring

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  • at 2:29 pm

    Thank you for all your help, Im fairly certain I am moving to Italy as an Au Pair but a bit scared due to Pandemic, health issues and Covid preventions and this video gave me the confidence and courage I need <3

  • at 3:16 pm

    I love Cinderella. I used to sing "A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes" to my son when he was young to help him fall asleep. Listening to the intro and watching the beautiful scenery in Tuscany brought me back almost 20 years ago to that time. Feeling nostalgic. Thank you!

  • at 3:55 pm

    very calming, I love that!

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