This crust is exactly what we hoped for! It’s thinner and crispier than you might be used too, but it’s actually much more authentic. In Italy, they don’t use nearly as much cheese or those thick and bready crusts like we do in America. It’s actually lighter and crisper and really allows the toppings to shine. And, that’s just what we were looking for!
Delicious and earthy, Baked Polenta with Swiss Chard, Bacon and Cheese takes comfort food to a whole new level. Easy to make and satisfying. Excellent as a side dish or a gluten-free main dish.
Nothing says good old Italian comfort food like a steaming bowl of Chicken Cacciatore over warm pasta, dusted with freshly grated parmesan cheese. Every Italian cook has their own version of this classic chicken dish. It’s savory, falling off the bone delicious and oh-so-easy to prepare. The perfect supper for a cold winter’s night. Plus, your house will smell fantastic while it’s cooking. (Excuse me while I lick my fingers.) Salud!
Baby, it’s cold outside and nothing warms us up like a steaming bowl of simple but rich and flavorful Italian Wedding Soup. This soup is super easy to make. You can start it at 5 and have it on the table by 6. Light yet filling and full of healthy greens. And the cutest little meatballs you’ve ever seen. In fact, if you have kids, they will love helping with this. Enjoy it with some crusty Italian bread and a big salad. Salud!
My family’s recipe for wonderful homemade Italian meatballs and sauce. Easy and delicious and authentically Italian! Loaded with cheese and garlic, (and a secret ingredient) these meatballs will delight your tastebuds and have your family begging for more!