Posts tagged italian cuisine
Zeppole di San Giuseppe

Airy puffs, filled with a ricotta based cream and topped with a cherry. The zeppole were created in Naples in 1840 to celebrate the Feast of St. Joseph; and are still a treasured tradition for both Italians and Italian-Americans.

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Arancini

Check out my recipe for this classic Italian dish! Arancini means "little orange" and the dish gets its name from the saffron risotto used to make it! I'll show you an easy way to assemble them too! A perfect snack or meal served with a side of marinara!

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Mediterranean Fish in Parchment Paper

I'll show you how to use this simple method to steam fish using beautiful Mediterranean flavors. Tomatoes, capers and olives mix with white wine to create a flavorful broth for the fish. This healthy meal is perfect for the start of Lent - or anytime you want to skip the meat. 

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Chicken Cacciatore

An Italian classic and the perfect winter meal! I'll show you how to make fall off the bone chicken cacciatore. Follow along step by step to make this "poor man's food" style dish. Chicken, sausage and mushrooms come together in a hearty tomato sauce for a stick to your ribs meal the whole family will love!

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Minestrone Soup

This soup will knock your socks off! You never knew a bowl full of veggies could be this delicious! The classic combination of carrot, onion and celery form the base for this classic Italian soup! A healthy, one-pot meal for the whole family!

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