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    Ah So La Mia ~ Italian!

    "Incredible Italian Dishes"
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    28 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is modified from an old magazine recipe. We've been making this version for years. We prefer the lighter sauce now and often I double the sauce ingredients to make more.

    Recipe #43588

    I love Wolfgang Puck's recipes- here's a great one for homemade ricotta that can be used for desserts, pasta dishes, whatever!

    Recipe #76352

    I saw this on a cooking show on TV and it's now my favourite recipe for making noodles. The food processor does all the hard work of kneading the dough for you. I usually dry my strips from the pasta machine a little before cutting them into noodles. They seem to separate better that way. I then put meal size quantities in zip lock bags and freeze This saves hanging them up to dry.

    Recipe #3474

    This is a copycat version of the soup from the Olive Garden.

    Recipe #481

    6 Reviews |  By Tweeky

    Take the work out of entertaining with this make-ahead main dish! Original recipe by Joanne Scanapico with a few adapations of my own. It makes a "Delish" Italian meal. Prep and cook times are estimates since I haven't made it in awhile. Been on diets...Poor us!!

    Recipe #73443

    My friend Joanne brought this yummy appetizer to a New Year's Eve party and it was so good I just had to get the recipe! She was kind enough to share it will me, and I am sharing it with you :)

    Recipe #108383

    This is a recipe I got from my father who got it from a little old lady he knew from Italy. I always simmer this sauce with my meatballs (recipe posted). You can also add sausage if you like. This sauce is to die for!!!!

    Recipe #92096

    This is similar to many other Piccata recipes, but this is the one I adapted to my taste and make, over and over. I like to cook my capers a couple of minutes to bring out more flavor. I also like to add a dash of the juice from the caper bottle. Talk about 30-minute entrees, this one takes less than 20 minutes.

    Recipe #145808

    I'm posting this recipe on Australia Day 2007 as a tribute to an Australian friend, Sandra Woodhouse. She gave me this recipe in 1981—not long after I married an Australian. Don't let the number of ingredients or steps deter you. This is really easy. Sandra would have loved Recipezaar, but she died too young—and before she 'found' it. She lived in the USA for three or four years and thoroughly enjoyed it.

    Recipe #207870

    This recipe is incredibly easy and quick to make. This is from Cuisine at Home (doubled from original recipe). To maximize the use from the lemons, slice thin slices for finishing and garnish from centers and ream the ends for juice.

    Recipe #143009

    This is the best pasta sauce you will ever have. I guarantee it. It is not to sweet, not to spicy, not to acidic. It's just darn good!

    Recipe #90414

    Simple to make and lots more flavor than the store bought jars. Good with or without the meat.

    Recipe #182243

    I have been making this recipe for years, it is *the best* manicotti recipe hands down! --- I have made this many times for dinner parties and have made it for socials and large gatherings increasing amounts of coarse, I have even served this at my Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday table as an extra dish along with a turkey or ham --- to save time I always mix up the filling a day ahead and refrigerate this will also give the flavors a chance to blend together, or you may prepare up to step #9 cover and refrigerate for up to 24 hours --- don't forget to cook the spinach first before using for this recipe

    Recipe #72308

    Cooking the meatballs in simmering pasta sauce will not only add so much extra flavor to the sauce the meatballs will be melt-in-your-mouth tender, you may of course oven-bake the meatballs for about 25 minutes, --- don't be afraid to add in more Parmesan cheese and a little more milk, there is no need to measure exactly, this recipe is pretty much foolproof, leftover cooked meatballs make a wonderful pizza topping just slice thinly and freeze until ready to use ----- these also make wonderful juicy burgers shaped into patties-- for more of my tried and true recipes check out my food blog at www.kittencalskitchen.com

    Recipe #69173

    very good cream filling.. Note: I also made this with using only 250 ml of Nurti Whip and it turns out a little heavier but is great believe me..this is a three for one recipe here..as you can also use the filling without the nutri whip too with good tasting results. Use this filling for tarts, cream puffs, or cakes and although not a traditional cannoli filling its great in those too. Nutri Whip is a Canadian Product, it is similar to Rich's Ready to Whip Topping. It is liquid and needs to be beaten just like whipping cream, without sugar added.

    Recipe #103099

    Simple and tasty

    Recipe #65099

    No need to fry the meatballs before adding to the sauce.

    Recipe #32384

    Make ahead! Pretty party cake with a sweet-bitter kick. Excellent to top off an Italian pasta dinner, served with strong coffee. The apple, ricotta,almond and chocolate flavors really come together during refrigeration to blend with the pound cake. Made for years from a very old and much-used Southern Living Dinner & Supper Cookbook.

    Recipe #183516

    34 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is delicious served with a nice baked chicken or veal roast.

    Recipe #37801

    I was looking for a yummy South Beach recipe to curb my Italian Cravings. I found a vegetarian lasagna recipe using eggplant slices as noodles, substituted my own meat sauce, and voila! A low carb keeper in our home! The eggplant taste is indistinguishable with all of the bold italian flavors, and adds the needed texture of the missing noodles. I've also seen zucchini strips used as the mock noodles. Try it!

    Recipe #83464

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