Blog Posts - Italian Recipes



Ground Chicken Meatballs, Gluten Free, Paleo

I never thought I would shouting be out ground chicken meatballs, but shouting out I am. I like beef, veal, pork. I don’t eat turkey or chicken sausage. I almost have an Italian attitude about such things. But then I saw ground chicken that wa...
by Spinach Tiger on Nov 27, 2016

Foodie Friday: Italy On My Mind

(Via Inslee Designs )Following the devastating earthquake this week in and near Umbria, Italy, it is hard not to have Italy on our minds. Besides praying for the Italians who are suffering, lets honor the country and its' delicious cuisine.  HER...
by Shop This on Aug 26, 2016

Frittata di Zucchine al Forno – Baked Zucchini Frittata

I have been pretty much MIA all summer long.  Time just flies so fast.  But while there is still a little of summer left, there is just enough time to make this easy zucchini frittata.  To me, this... Read More...
by Italy Translated on Aug 25, 2016

Crock Pot Spicy Chicken Alfredo

Crock Pot Spicy Chicken Alfredo One of our favorite meals is homemade chicken alfredo. My alfredo recipe is one of the best homemade Alfredo sauce recipes you will ever make. But unlike this easy Crock Pot Spicy Chicken Alfredo recipe it is a hands...
by Flour On My Face on Apr 1, 2016

Crock Pot Spicy Chicken Alfredo

Crock Pot Spicy Chicken Alfredo One of our favorite meals is homemade chicken alfredo. My alfredo recipe is one of the best homemade Alfredo sauce recipes you will ever make. But unlike this easy Crock Pot Spicy Chicken Alfredo recipe it is a hands...
by Flour On My Face on Apr 1, 2016

Italian Pesto Salad Dressing – Perfect with Pizza

A simple pesto based salad dressing, which is perfect served with pizza. Continue reading Italian Pesto Salad Dressing – Perfect with Pizza at Fuss Free Flavours.
by Fuss Free Flavours on Mar 7, 2016

Italian Sausage Ricotta Spinach Frittata

I grew up eating frittatas, more so for dinner as a side dish than as breakfast. However, I have my own traditions, and the easiest special kind of breakfast brunch to make is the frittata, stuffed with all your favorite ingredients. I made this for...
by Spinach Tiger on Feb 7, 2016

Italian Beef Macaroni Soup

We are getting hit with a major snow storm. No matter how Nashville prepares for a snow storm, we are elated and deflated at the same time. We don’t handle snow well, and everything shuts down, even at only 4 inches of snow. We celebrate the n...
by Spinach Tiger on Jan 22, 2016

Candied Lemon Pistachio Cantucci

My favorite food magazine in the whole wide world is/was La Cucina Italiana, no longer in print in America. This recipes comes from their December 2013 edition pictured below. In that edition, the editor paid tribute to Marcella Hazan (the year of h...
by Spinach Tiger on Dec 24, 2015

Chocolate Almond Biscotti

This is a cookie I’ve made many times and that’s funny considering I was just given the recipe a few weeks ago. I got this recipes from  Michael, a facebook friend. He’s Italian and has tons of family recipes that he posts and mak...
by Spinach Tiger on Dec 19, 2015

Italian Ricotta Cookies with Video

During much of the year I make all kinds of food, but when December rolls around, I tend to lean in closer to my roots. Every Christmas I make lasagna, and I search for an Italian Christmas cookie, like last year’s cucidate, an Italian fig cook...
by Spinach Tiger on Dec 16, 2015

How to Cook Perfect Spaghetti and My Favorite Spaghetti & Meatball Recipes

Spaghetti is so simple, so easy to make, so why am I telling you how to cook perfect spaghetti? I’ve had bad, limp, soggy, overcooked spaghetti. That takes delicious and turns it into disaster. I’ve decided to give a quick reminder for ho...
by Spinach Tiger on Nov 11, 2015

Linguini Fini with No-Cook Tomato Sauce

On Saturday morning we went for a long walk with Opie through Capitol View Park. It’s a lovely place, with tall, tall trees that shade it almost entirely, making it a cool, comfortable place to spend some time outdoors, even on blistering summe...

Spaghettoni with Artichoke Pesto and Walnuts Recipe

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by All About You on Jul 3, 2015

Recipe – Tiramisu

So easy, so delicious and no oven involved!  I can’t really bake so of course the tiramisu is one of my go-to desserts.  I did a little research to see where this “classic” Italian dessert originated from and as it turns out, it...
by Vino Vita Viaggi on May 28, 2015

Recipe – Tiramisu

So easy, so delicious and no oven involved!  I can’t really bake so of course the tiramisu is one of my go-to desserts.  I did a little research to see where this “classic” Italian dessert originated from and as it turns out, it...
by Vino Vita Viaggi on May 28, 2015

Italian Cookbook Perfect For Authentic Italian Cuisine

When I went to New York we ate at several Italian restaurants during our travels there. But, one thing we can’t find where we live is amazing cuisine like New York s. It’s just not happening in my small town. I’ve had enough authent...
by Dear Creatives on May 5, 2015

Sausage and Tomato Risotto, weeknight dinner

I know, you probably think that risotto is hard or that it takes a long time. Neither is true. Risotto is just rice that you need to stir while you are doing other things. As long as you have good rice …bingo… easy perfect weeknight dinne...
by My Kitchen Stories on Mar 22, 2015

Gennaro Contaldo’s Braciolone Palermitano Recipe (Filled rolled beef cooked in tomato sauce)

    This Braciolone Palermitano (filled rolled beef in tomato sauce) recipe has been reproduced with permission from Gennaro Contaldo’s Slow Cook Italian. (Click here for our review and read our interview with Gennaro here.) “Th...
by Larger Family Life on Mar 22, 2015

High Protein Filo Lasagna With Roasted Veggies

Winter is slamming the northeast these past couple of weeks, and holed up in the house on stormy nights — trying to ward off a stubborn cold for more than three weeks now — I have been trying to think of the perfect recipe to make the bot...


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