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Italian food is one of the most well known cuisines on the planet, and for good reason too. It's comforting, delicious, and so satisfying. Whether you are craving a plate of pasta from Italy, a slice of Neapolitan pizza, a bite of creamy chicken, or a bowl of warm and cozy soup, you will find it in the Italian kitchen. So if you are wondering how to make Italian food at home for dinner, we have got you covered. We are sharing over 50 of our most popular and best Italian recipes including pasta, pizza, soup, salad, chicken, beef, appetizers, bread, and more!




Italia Recipes



Meatballs are probably my favorite of all ground beef recipes. These quick, easy homemade Italian meatballs are juicy, flavourful, and delicious, simmered in a rich and savoury tomato sauce. Make them in just 30 minutes.


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Most people have a couple of favorite Italian food recipes. Whether you love spaghetti and meatballs or cheesy lasagna, Italian cuisine has something for everyone. Something that often gets ignored in Italian food is the delicious Italian soups that grandmothers all over Italy have been making for hundreds of years.


Hi, have never made these, but would like to try. Recipe calls for, unsalted butter or lard. Which is best to use, butter or lard or a combination of both? Some recipes use a combination. The shop bought ones are so crisp and light. If I use butter only will I get that crisp?The fat puzzles me the most about this type of pastry, also puff pastry too I can never get it just right, again because of the fat. Can you please suggest how to go about this?Thank you!


Mains, appetisers, desserts, and drinks, here is a list of traditional Italian recipes you can make at home from some of Italy's most famous food regions. Recipes that stay true to the Italian cooking style in the simplicity of preparation and highest regard for the ingredients' quality and freshness.


In the south, in the heel of the boot of Italy, is the region of Puglia. Potatoes are a popular ingredient in Pugliese cuisine and are commonly included in various bread recipes, one being focaccia.


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The city of Bologna in Italy's Emilia-Romagna region can call itself the food capital of Italy. Known as the 'food valley', the region has some of the richest agricultural land in the whole country and its produce (beef, dairy, grain, fruit and vegetables) gave the world its most famous pasta dish, the ragù Bolognese. Discover the recipes from Searching for Italy below:


My preference usually goes to meatless pasta recipes, from these popular quick pasta dishes perfect during busy weeknights to these comforting one-pot pasta recipes with legumes and vegetables.


The variety is amazing when it comes to Italian pasta recipes, but if you prefer classic recipes featuring beef, this popular Italian website offers hundreds of amazing recipes to inspire you.


When it comes to the classic Italian pasta recipes, this simple flavor-packed ingredients spaghetti alla puttanesca is a must and so easy to put together. This is a non vegetarian recipe that requires anchovies.TIME: ready in 15 minutes.


The Italian approach to cooking with meat is to keep things straightforward and maximize the flavour. This book showcases simple, hearty dishes that are true to this tradition, from chicken cacciatore and braised beef with Barolo to osso buco and Roman lamb. With more than 150 recipes, most published for the first time in English, it's comprehensive and authoritative, demystifying the different cuts, cooking methods, and techniques unique to each meat type - along with the side dishes that best complement them.


First published in 1950, The Silver Spoon is the most successful cookbook in Italy, selling more than one million copies, and trusted to include the most authentic and traditional recipes from throughout the country.


In my weekly newsletters, I write about my life in Italy, Italian places, traditions and culture, as well as other foods not just pasta! As a Pasta Project subscriber you'll also get a FREE recipe e-book series! Plus links to the latest recipes and posts.


What would this list of vegan Italian recipes be without a few varieties of soup? Here are some plant based Italian recipes that will warm you up on a chilly day. Enjoy them as a starter or make a huge pot to savor all on its own.


This sumptuous recipe for Italian White Bean Soup by The Clever Meal combines white beans with potato (for added creaminess), garlic, and spices for one of the most filling and healthiest vegan Italian recipes on this list.


The key to this recipe as with so many of my Italian recipes is that the ingredients are fresh and simple. But the added bonus is that this broccoli recipe not only tastes great but is healthy since it is sauteed Italian-style with olive oil and garlic.


Spaghetti sauce is not limited to just one kind of meat. Here in the U.S., we often think spaghetti is limited to meatballs or ground beef, but in Italy you can find ragu using braised beef, lamb, chicken, fish, veal, or pork. Depending on what region in Italy you are visiting (or using recipes from), meat can be simmered in large portions and then removed and served separately from the pasta and sauce, or the meat can be cut or broken into smaller pieces and served in the sauce. Either way, the meat is simmered in the sauce to give the sauce that deep, rich, meaty flavor.


Erica lives in Boise, Idaho with her husband, Jared, an attorney, and her three beautiful girls. Beyond the world of recipes, she loves adventuring with everything from kayaking, to cruising, to snowboarding and taking the family along for the thrill ride.


Made this for the first time last night and turned out great. Really easy recipe for someone inexperienced to follow! I will add that I salted my eggplant and let it sit for a bit before baking since a lot of other recipes recommended that.


Some of the most popular Italian recipes include pizza, soups, pasta, salads, and delicious sauces that use these ingredients. Tomatoes are frequently incorporated either fresh as the main ingredient or in the form of marinara sauce.


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