Everyone loves Italian stuffed shells! This recipe is homemade by Laura Vitale.
ay, we are watching a video on how to bake delicious Baby Eggplant! You can skip to about 40 seconds to get going with the recipe.
Linguine and Clams or Spaghetti alle vongole is a dish that is popular in various regions of Italy including Liguria because of its proximity to the sea! This traditional dish incorporates delicious flavors of garlic, olive oil, and clams. It is a recipe that will not disappoint you! Americans often finish the dish off with cheese but Italians do not because they believe the cheese overpowers the fresh fish flavor. Let Laura Vitale teach you how to make an amazing meal with only a few ingredients!
Now that Monday has rolled around I bet you're wondering what dinner is going to look like this week. Sometimes deciding what you want to eat for dinner is more stressfu; than physically cooking the meal. And who wants to spend hours in the kitchen after your commute home from work or school? Here are some recipes that are easy to make, contain very few ingredients and are perfect to make in bulk.
Gnocchi is considered to be one of the most ancient Italian dishes. This dish dates all the way back to the 1500's and is associated with carnival. Gnocchi became a staple dish for Italians, especially those who could not afford meat. Many previous peasant dishes including gnocchi, are now a part of gourmet meals. Each region of Italy is associated with a different type of gnocchi, and each is uniquely delectable. These light, airy potato dumplings are hearty and delicious. Enjoy this great video of Laura Vitale teaching us how to make Baked Gnocchi Caprese!
Riso al Pomodoro, or rice with tomato sauce, is a classic Italian dish. It is both quick and easy and only takes around twenty minutes to make. Therefore, it the perfect meal for after a long day! When cooked, the arborio risotto possesses a deliciously creamy texture. The Parmigiano Reggiano added at the end is the perfect touch! Enjoy this amazing video below of Rossella Rago from Cooking with Nonna teaching us how to make Riso al Pomodoro!
There is nothing Italians love more than tomatoes! This recipe makes for a delicious appetizer to any Italian meal. I like to take a hunk of Italian bread and dip it in the leftover dressing. There is nothing better, especially in the summer time.
Baccala is an Italian favorite, but have you ever made it in a salad? Here is a recipe for Insalata Di Baccala (Baccala Salad). Give it a try and let us know your thoughts! Feel free to share variations and family recipes.