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    Ah So La Mia ~ Italian!

    "Incredible Italian Dishes"
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    A quick tasty main dish. Serve with a crusty bread and a green salad. At the suggestion of some reviewers, you can make a cornstarch slurry to thicken the sauce, if desired.

    Recipe #323896

    An old family recipe originally from an old Womans Weekly recipe book - Its a wonderfully tasty meal, with the cannellone tubes stuffed with meat and spinach and with the sauces creates a delectable, Italian Meal enjoyed by everyone

    Recipe #320572

    This is to die for!!!!! All the best of a great Italian Cannoli combined with extra creamy Italian Gelato!!!! Purrrrfectly heaven!!! Serve in a bowl with wafer cookies, or try it in cannoli shells, or even a sugar waffle cone. Made for Zaar World Tour 4 by the Cookin Cats. Cooking time does not include refrigeration time. Edited on 7/26/10 to change the ratio of 3 C. milk to 1 C. cream

    Recipe #307400

    Light casserole bread that goes very well with spaghetti, lasagna, etc. Whip this up in just a few minutes and then cook your meal. Has a biscuit like texture, my DS loves this one.

    Recipe #300501

    Now that it is spring, I thought I'd add a tasty asparagus dish. This is adapted from "Cook with Jamie," by Jamie Oliver.

    Recipe #300438

    Another winner from Pioneer Woman. Even if you hate cottage cheese, you'll LOVE this!

    Recipe #297985

    A simple, quick and tasty pasta inspired by my meals in Tuscany.

    Recipe #296290

    If you like real, down home, Italian cooking -- then you'll love this recipe. It's a traditional pasta dish, just like grandma used to make. The Bolognese sauce can be made and frozen for use throughout the month. Feel free to double this recipe as written, but reduce the wine to 3 cups total.

    Recipe #295694

    I took a recipe of mine and revamped it. I don't remember where the original recipe came from because it is so old that is yellowed:) My DH, DD and grandsons just loved it. When I use my glass 13 x 9 x 2 pan, all the shells with not fit and I have a few left. I stuff each shell one at a time and put them in the pan as I go.

    Recipe #295391

    Friends beg to be invited to dinner when they hear I'm cooking lasagne. Over the years I have changed my recipe to make it as healthy as possible. My mom gave the recipe to me years ago and since then has asked me to make lasagne because my turns out better than hers! The "secret" ingredients of sugar and baking soda cut the acid flavor out of the tomatoes. You may want to add them gradually & taste test as some tomatoes are more acidic (is that a word?) than others. To save time, garlic and onion powder may be substituted for the minced garic & chopped onion. If time allows, refrigerate lasagne for a day before cooking. This allows the sauce to seep through the noodles. If lasagne is refrigerated, bake an additional 10-20 minutes. I have heard you don't have to boil the noodles if lasagne is prepared a day or more ahead of time. I've never been daring enough to do this. Please let me know if you try it.

    Recipe #294077

    My family loves this meal. It only has 5 ingredients so prep is super easy. I keep a few disposable 8x8 aluminum pans in my pantry and use them for the wet, dry coating process. When I'm done I toss 'em, Reducing clean up to one baking dish. Also please look for RAGU OLD WORLD STYLE PASTA SAUCE (It wasn't listed among the ingredients to choose from) But I've tried several and OLD WORLD STYLE is my personal favorite for this recipe.

    Recipe #291951

    This is a recipe I cut out of a Woman's Day magazine from Rachel Ray. I was unable to found this on her web site. We have this several times a month. I do cook the pasta for about 11 minutes.

    Recipe #286031

    5 Reviews |  By WiGal

    I made this for the Make It Healthier tag variation. It does have lower fat and cholesterol, but not lower sodium than the wonderful recipe of Cucina Casalingo's"Recipe#270770,#270770". I hope you enjoy it:)

    Recipe #285338

    This is family favorite sauce. It cooks on the stove a couple of hours and makes the kitchen smell delicious. It is thick and filling, just add a salad and slice of garlic bread for a complete meal. If I am in a rush, I use frozen chopped onion and fresh garlic in a jar. Note: you can vary the size cans of tomatoes and sauce to your taste.

    Recipe #281612

    Besciamella, white sauce, is more frequently associated with northern Italian cooking, and is used in oven-baked pasta dishes like lasagne, or with vegetables or fish. It can be made ahead and refrigerated for 3-4 days but will thicken as it sits. When you reheat it, thin the sauce, with a little milk. This basic recipe does not have the addition of herbs or spices. Those ingredients should be added after the sauce is cooked, and should be tailored to the dish being prepared. Recipe by Maryanne Esposito of Ciao Italia ---------- For those of you that don't know Maryanne Esposito, let me introduce you to a marvelous cook, who cooks only "Authentic" Italian food, and it is incredible! I had the priviledge of meeting Maryanne at a woman's luncheon many years ago, and she has her own cooking show on Channel 11 in NH. She and her husband, who is a local doctor, live in the next town from where I used to live and work.

    Recipe #281152

    In its very simplicity lie the secrets. This sauce is incredible. It has 3 ingredients, and no chopping. The amateurgourmet calls it Marcella Hazan's CRAZY tomato sauce. This is not your thick pasty sauce, it is a light luscious wonder. Add garlic or basil or mozzarella to it as you choose but try it this way first. The butter..DON'T switch to olive oil, it makes the sauce.

    Recipe #273976

    My own creation that I started making many moons ago. It's a great sauce, with LOTS of flavor packed into one pan! Peppers and Tabasco give it just a slight kick, but you can adapt it to your liking. You can also add 1 c. good red wine if you like, at the same time you add the tomatoes. I add water 1/2 c. at a time during cooking time, so sauce doesn't get too thick. Depending on how long you decide to cook it, depends on how much water to add. The more you cook it the tastier it is.

    Recipe #258679

    Pasta in 'angry' sauce - yummy! My favorite type of pasta sauce. Can easily adjust spices to your liking.

    Recipe #256286

    This is my version of chicken parmigiana. The sweet sauce is what sends this recipe over the top although the chicken parmigiana is excellent as well! I developed this sauce after tasting various versions of my Italian friends' sauces and getting their recipes. My family likes a sweet sauce so if you don't like it sweet, just omit the sugar. I do recommend that you add a little sugar, though, to remove some of the acidity taste from the sauce. Quite frankly, if you don't like a sweet sauce, though, you might be better off trying another recipe because that is why I developed this version. I usually let the sauce simmer for most of the day until I am ready to make the chicken parmigiana. However, the sauce can be ready as fast as an hour if you need it to be. But the longer the sauce simmers, the more delicious and thick it will be! This recipe does make more sauce than is needed for the chicken parmigiana and the side of spaghetti or angel hair, but I just freeze the remaining sauce and use it for another time. This is also the basic recipe I use to serve over any type of pasta. I even use it on pizza!

    Recipe #254738

    I saw this on the Food Network show Quick Fix Meals the other day. I liked the fact that there were no cream or eggs involved in this recipe.

    Recipe #250999

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