Recipe Sifter

X
  • Start Here
    • Course
    • Main Ingredient
    • Cuisine
    • Preparation
    • Occasion
    • Diet
    • Nutrition
1

Select () or exclude () categories to narrow your recipe search.

2

As you select categories, the number of matching recipes will update.

Make some selections to begin narrowing your results.
  • Calories
  • Amount per serving
    1. Total Fat
    2. Saturated Fat
    3. Polyunsat. Fat
    4. Monounsat. Fat
    5. Trans Fat
  • Cholesterol
  • Sodium
  • Potassium
  • Total Carbohydrates
    1. Dietary Fiber
    2. Sugars
  • Protein
  • Vitamin A
  • Vitamin B6
  • Vitamin B12
  • Vitamin C
  • Calcium
  • Iron
  • Vitamin E
  • Magnesium
  • Alcohol
  • Caffeine
  • Find exactly what you're looking for with the web's most powerful recipe filtering tool.

    You are in: Home / Cookbooks / Zaar-Intimate Italian Food!
    Lost? Site Map

    359 recipes in

    Zaar-Intimate Italian Food!

    « Previous 1 2 3 4 5 . . . 16 17 18 Next »
    Displaying up to 20 pages of results. To see all results, or register.

    Great on the grill but you can cook these on the stove and finish them off in the broiler. To avoid watery portobellos, cook the downside facing up first, then turn them so all the moisture cooks away. Minimal effort, maximum dining pleasure. Recipe courtesy Giada De Laurentiis Show: Everyday ItalianEpisode: Grilling Show

    Recipe #504996

    Yum! Easy and you can just make one pizza at a time or double the recipe if you want to. Quick to put together and the mushrooms and spinach add nutrition to the flavor. From Daydream Kitchen.

    Recipe #502470

    A great recipe fromTyler Florence's cookbook, Fresh.

    Recipe #501635

    This is from Modernist Cooking and here's what they say,"One of the easiest ways to try out molecular gastronomy is by creating "pearls". Most pearls are solid jelly balls that can be used to garnish dishes or as an amuse-bouche. Here we create sweet-sour balsamic vinegar pearls that are a great way to add a hit of flavor to many different dishes. The process of making them is even pretty easy. We first combine the vinegar with agar agar and bring it to a boil. Then we drizzle it into very cold olive oil that chills the droplets into spheres before they reach the bottom of the glass. Once you rinse off the balsamic vinegar pearls they are ready to use or you can store them in the refrigerator for later use." You can see their video on how to make pearls here: http://www.modernistcookingmadeeasy.com/info/modernist-recipes/more/balsamic-vinegar-pearls-recipe I saw Tyler Florence's general recipe for these pearls and got the exact measurements off the internet. Have fun!

    Recipe #500406

    When allowed to reduce or cook down, balsamic vinegar becomes slightly sweet and thick. Here, it adds full-bodied flavor to light, crunchy appetizers. From Vegetarian Times(Feb. 2009).

    Recipe #498966

    By way of Martha Stewart, this is a delicious and pretty bread. The aroma while cooking will make you happy, and hungry! There is about a 3 hour rising time. Found on Pinterest posted by The Diva Dish.

    Recipe #498743

    There are directions in here to make a reuben sandwich with this brisket. So yummy! NOTE: This is important! You make 2 batches of the WET INGREDIENTS---one batch gets mixed with the dry ingredients--the 2nd batch is used as the braising liquid. This was copied directly from happyhealthlonglife.

    Recipe #498380

    Posted on veganinmiwaukee via Fat Free Kitchen. A flavor filled recipe for seitan pepperoni and directions on how to use it in pizza. Yum!

    Recipe #498379

    This mozzarella style cheeze for pizza is the ultimate. It pours on easily and thickens up in the oven. It has an amazing taste. From My Vegan Cookbook.

    Recipe #498377

    A delicious vegan version of eggplant parmigiana. I think you're gonna like this! From My Vegan Cookbook.

    Recipe #498279

    Simple and good for ya! Use this recipe to make hummus, also great in salads and any recipe you would use beans for. Cooking time is sprouting time. Some benefits of sprouting: Nutrients increase their concentration: proteins by about 20%, nucleic acids by 30%, and many vitamins by as much as 500%(!) High enzyme activity stimulates the body’s own enzymes into greater activity, giving you more energy Sprouted seeds are easier to digest since complex carbohydrates break down into simple sugars, and proteins break down into amino acids; both are easier for the body to process and promote our ability to absorb minerals in the food Seeds use energy to grow a sprout; therefore, sprouted seeds have fewer calories than in their whole form Sprouts have a number of anti-cancer properties. The other benefit is that it’s one more way you can incorporate raw foods into your diet. Eating raw gives me more energy, is cleansing (the improved digestion is no joke!). I adapted this from Sprint2the table.

    Recipe #496814

    A great hit at any gathering. Contain yourself, you'll want to eat the whole loaf. You'll need to plan ahead just a bit. This recipe calls for a thawed loaf of Rhodes bread dough & it takes 6-8 hours for the bread to thaw at room temp. You can make the bread dough yourself or buy another brand. The dough rolls out much easier when it is warm. Roll it out as much as you can, then cover it and let it rest for 10 or 15 minutes. When you roll it out the 2nd time, it will roll much better. I have changed the recipe to use vegetarian "meat", you can use real meat if you like. And I add veggies to my spaghetti sauce-bell peppers, onions, eggplant, squash, and the list goes on! You can even leave out the spaghetti and just stuff it with veggies! From Bless This Food, who got it from the Rhodes website. You can also substitute pizza filling for the spaghetti filling and use pizza dough! Try it with alfredo sauce sometime, and you can also substitute spaghetti squash for the pasta, saving on carbs. So good! You can freeze this, you par-bake it and then freeze. Just enough to set it up without browning it, that way it can re-bake and cook all the way through until browning later. Go to http://blessthisfood.blogspot.com/2012/02/braided-spaghetti-bread-spaghetti-baked.html for step by step photos on how to make this.

    Recipe #496697

    Just saw this on the Chew. Looks great, haven't tried it yet, posted for safekeeping.

    Recipe #496293

    I love red peppers and garlic and balsamic vinegar, so this was a no brainer for me! I sometimes add lots of garlic too(5-6 cloves) in with the peppers. You can also add thinly sliced onions. You might want to add just a touch more oil and vinegar if you add more onions. Enjoy! From Outrageous Recipes.

    Recipe #496114

    Aged Balsamic Vinegar, or as it is known in Italy, tradizionale, accumulates its flavor in a variety of wooden casks for as long as one hundred years. The result is a very concentrated dark brown, thick sweet vinegar, and it is a great luxury. If you don't have it in your pantry - chefs have learned to do as the Italians so - reduce your inexpensive balsamic vinegar with a little brown sugar. It's a good second! Adapted from What's Cooking America who adapted it from Julee Rosso. Julee and her husband, Bill, own the Wickwood Inn in Saugatuck, MI. Commercial-grade balsamic vinegar is the least expensive ones that you find in your grocery store.

    Recipe #496113

    Recipe courtesy Giada De Laurentiis, show: Everyday Italian, Episode: Vegetarian Italian, this has gotten rave reviews on FoodNetwork. Easy and so delicious, great for a quick dinner and your vegetarian guest will love it! This would also be great for busy college students.I have added a few more spices to the mix. Great served with whole wheat pasta or/and garlic bread, or try it over creamy polenta! Add more cheese and sauce if you like.

    Recipe #494123

    I was doing some research on Eggplant Parmesan and came across this little goody. All the crispy goodness of traditional Eggplant Parmesan, only in bite size snack form. It fries up quickly, is crunchy, salty and guests can’t keep their hands off of it. This would probably be delish baked too. Adapted from Life's Ambrosia.

    Recipe #494108

    From Mario Batali in the cookbook, The Chew Food. Life. Fun. Mario says, "The French, with their ratatouille, may think they've cornered the market on fun words for a vegetable stew, but all that means is they have never heard of the dish called scafata. It's a traditional Friulian dish that the great Lidia Bastianich first made for me". Mario liked it so much, he tried it with summer vegetables and the following recipe was his, and now yours, reward. Enjoy!

    Recipe #493946

    From Paula's Best Dishes-Chillin Out. YUM.

    Recipe #493599

    From the blog Cookie + Kate(voted one of the top 10 blogs for 2012 by Saveur magazine). Yummy and healthy! Cookie + Kate adapted this from Sprouted Kitchen.

    Recipe #493016

    « Previous 1 2 3 4 5 . . . 16 17 18 Next »
    Displaying up to 20 pages of results. To see all results, or register.
    Advertisement

    Free Weekly Newsletter

    Get the latest recipes and tips delivered right to your inbox.

    Your e-mail is safe. Privacy Policy
    Advertisement

    Over 475,000 Recipes

    Food.com Network of Sites