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    Sopranos Recipes

    Recipes from "The Sopranos" television show. Let me know if you know of any more recipes that should be in here!
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    1 Reviews |  By Oolala

    This is from the Soprano's Cookbook. Pastina with milk, salt and butter reminds me of my childhood. This is similar.

    Recipe #178124

    7 Reviews |  By Dib's

    You guessed it-this recipe is from the Soprano's Family Cookbook. I found it on the net and had to share.

    Recipe #43029

    This was taken off the HBO website for The Soprano's TV Show Cookbook. My DBF is a huge Soprano's fan I am going to make this next week when we find out what happen's to Tony!

    Recipe #159726

    The best rigatoni recipe! From the Sopranos.

    Recipe #60015

    From the Sopranos Family Cookbook.

    Recipe #197290

    From the Soprano Family Cookbook. The cooking time is actually freezing time. Freeze for at least 4 hours, or overnight.

    Recipe #92843

    From The Soprano Family Cookbook.

    Recipe #78762

    From the Sopranos Family Cookbook

    Recipe #92932

    We love Pancetta and pasta, so when I see a recipe with some of my favorite ingredients, I jump. This is a great and easy dish from "Cooking with the Soprano's."

    Recipe #161660

    This fast became a favorite of mine, especially after a migraine. It is packed with antioxidants and has a wonderfully restorative broth. The Sopranos Family Cookbook Recipes by Michele Scicolone, 2002.

    Recipe #222671

    From the Sopranos Family Cookbook. Prep time does not include time to boil the eggs and cook the green beans.

    Recipe #78694

    From Mafiosa's Cucina over at HBO's The Sopranos BBs

    Recipe #159886

    From Mafiosa's Cucina on the HBO The Sopranos BBs

    Recipe #159887

    From Mafiosa's Cucina at the HBO BBs for The Sopranos

    Recipe #159889

    Use your favourite marinara sauce! This is so easy and good you'll wonder why you avoided trying it. From "The Sopranos" The one hour of prep time includes 30 minutes of draining.

    Recipe #60022

    Simple Italian pasta dish. Great tomato sauce, the long cooking time gives it great flavour. Got it from the Sopranos cookbook and modifided it a bit.

    Recipe #205375

    This recipe is from the "Sopranos Family Cookbook" and this recipe is the best thing I've found so far. The description for making the crepes and assembling everything makes it so easy. You can use any Marinara Sauce or Sunday Gravy recipe that you know and love.

    Recipe #59910

    From Mafiosa's Cucina at HBO's The Sopranos BBs

    Recipe #159888

    The Italian classic cheese pastry filled and delicately flavored inside, crisp and crunchy outside. You have probably heard this pastry mentioned on The Sopranos. Sfogliatelle is pronouned something like (shvwee-ah-dell).

    Recipe #111293

    1 Reviews |  By Pi-E

    Found this in the Sopranos Family Cookbook. Wonderful biscotti-like cookie. You need a hand mixer with 2 rotary blades to mix the butter into the flour mixture, that does take a bit of time, KitchenAid with one blade won't work. Also cut the butter into small cubes first and then allow it to soften, eggs should be room temp too. I found making all the logs first (lay them down a wax paper) was the best way or have someone make the logs for you then you dip in milk and sesame seeds will make the process go faster. You won't regret the time it takes to make them. Have a glass of wine, express, or tea with your biscotti....whatever make you :-)

    Recipe #206469

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