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    "Here we take the elements of a vegetarian lasagna filling—ricotta, spinach and Parmesan cheese—and nestle them into roasted portobello mushroom caps. The recipe works best with very large portobello caps. . . Serve with a tossed salad and a whole-wheat dinner roll or spaghetti tossed with marinara sauce." Note: After making this dish, I have changed the recipe slightly from the original (increased it to 6 mushrooms from 4, added garlic and chives, then mozarella on top instead of parmesan. If you like spicy stuff, I would recommend adding a few crushed red pepper flakes to the marinara sauce. Recipe from Eating Well.

    Recipe #360002

    One of the "Best Food and Wine Pasta Dishes" of 2009. States, "This delicious pasta was the fastest adnd simplest to prepare of all the winners." Feel free to top it off with some parmesean cheese and/or some lemon zest!

    Recipe #408272

    Recipe from Taste of Home, so I am going to post it here for good measure.

    Recipe #407734

    As stated in the Nov/Dec 2009 edition of Eating Well, "Saltimbocca is an Italian word that literally means “jump mouth,” presumably because of its bold flavors. The dish is traditionally made with veal and seasoned with sage and prosciutto. We love these flavors in our simple version made with shrimp. Store-bought polenta turns golden brown under the broiler for an easy accompaniment. Serve with: Sautéed green beans and red peppers."

    Recipe #399939

    This is a recipe very similar to the bread dipping oil they give you at Bravo (an Italian chain restaurant in the USA). My hubby loves it. Serve with rosemary foccacia as they do at Bravo or with your favorite bread (I love french bread or sourdough bread with this). If you like things spicy, feel free to add some crushed red pepper.

    Recipe #375466

    A real recipe from EatZi's a wonderful carry out gourmet market. I found the recipe online eat eveningedge.com (was actually searching for a recipe for their Carrot Dressing without success). Per the website, "Executive chef Ford Fry, who came to EatZi's via the Ritz-Carlton in Aspen, Colo., says this is one of the most popular dishes at EatZi's, which specializes in salads, pastries and breads, all prepared on site. "The secret to its success is in the citrus dressing, " Fry said. "It's really light and doesn't absorb a lot of oil like other pasta salads."

    Recipe #454179

    FABULOUS recipe from Food Network Magazine. Unlike anything I'd had before - creamy beans with a salad like top. Excellent. I made my bean mixture a day before serving which I think really let the flavors come together and made dinner prep the next day super fast.

    Recipe #454743

    A 30 minute meal from Rachael Ray, published in her magazine Feb 2010. As they state, "This sauce is so simple, yet truly intense in flavor. The dish makes a great meat-free entrée or first course for any special meal."

    Recipe #409259

    Decadent stuff here my friends! They make this with cod which is equally as good, if not better, than it is with the chicken. This is Zia's actual recipe as posted on their website. Takes a little time to prepare, but is worth every minute. The original recipe calls for 1/3 cup plus 1/4 cup of Provel cheese (which is not recognized by Zaar). . .per Wikipedia, Provel is a white processed cheese that is popular in St. Louis, Missouri and is produced with cheddar, Swiss, and provolone. Since Provel was not an option here on Zaar, I just substituted provolone; feel free to use a mix of Swiss and provolone for a more true rendition.

    Recipe #316934

    This is the acutal recipe (not a copycat) as posted on their website and as printed in the St. Louis Post Dispatch. THE REAL DEAL HERE MY FRIENDS (there are others posted on this website, but none of them are this exact recipe). This is so yummy and is a St. Louis tradition. This recipe serves 2, so feel free to double or triple it to feed your family. Serve as a main dish (as they do) with a Pasta House Salad on the side! It also makes a nice side dish to grilled chicken.

    Recipe #316646

    Yet another recipe that was originally in Everyday with Rachel Ray, however I changed it up a bit. You use store bought Gnocchi and the sauce is super simple. This freezes well too!

    Recipe #290041

    A 30 minute meal by Rachael Ray. Haven't tried it yet, but sounds simple and good. Update...I just read in one of Rachael Ray's recent magazines. . .someone asked her for her 3 favorite recipes and this was oen of them. Kind of funny.

    Recipe #307026

    This is a recipe from Down Home with the Neely's (on the Food Network). They served it on top of grilled/sliced flank steak with a side of garlic mashed potatoes for a romantic meal. I am going to serve it on top of some chicken breasts this evening. You can substitute out blue cheese for the gorgonzola and get the same wonderful results. . .pure bliss!

    Recipe #303180

    Total comfort food that couldn't be easier!!! Whip it together in 5 minutes and simmer for 45 minutes. Italian restaurants usually serve this on a bun/roll, but we prefer it "as is" (without bun and low carb). Make sure you cook a little extra. . .cut up your sausage, mix back in the sauce, place the sauce overtop pasta noodles, cover with cheese and bake. . .what wonderful leftovers! This freezes very well if you are a good think-ahead kind of cook.

    Recipe #302431

    Our FAVORITE salad ever. . .it's a spin on one of Giada's recipes. Great as a main dish or as a side. I love the mix of the lettuce, warm salty sausage, creamy cheese and beans along with the sweet dressing. Sure to please anyone!

    Recipe #288026


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