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Star Ravioli with Butter & Herbs

Star Ravioli with Butter & Herbs

  Source: Gnamgnam.it A fun ravioli shape with a simple mushroom and ricotta filling. It is topped with a light herb & butter sauce.

Spinach and Ricotta Balls

Spinach and Ricotta Balls

  Source:   Giallozafferano.it A simple vegetarian antipasto that is sure to kick-start an Italian meal. Other leafy greens (e.g., chard, beet greens, dandelions, arugula, etc.) could easily substitute for spinach.

“Little Baskets” of Potato

“Little Baskets” of Potato

  Source: Roccoe-e i-suoi-fornelli.it A crispy potato-based treat, with the added appeal of shrimp cooked with tomatoes and garlic.

Bruschetta Trio

Bruschetta Trio

  Source Giallozafferano.it A nice variety of traditional Italian flavors to kick-start the taste buds before an meal.

Rags of Antrodoco

Rags of Antrodoco

  Source  Cucchiaio.it This is a crepe-like frittata dish from the Antrodoco commune in Italy’s Lazio region. It is a crepe-like dish that is sure to impress. Stracci translates as “rag,” which the frittata resembles.

Spaghetti and Shrimp with Zucchini Pesto

Spaghetti and Shrimp with Zucchini Pesto

  Source: Altacucina.co/ An elegant looking pasta dish that is fast and easy to make.  The zucchini pesto makes this dish different.

Cod & Honey

Cod & Honey

  Source  Star.it Honey and raisins on Cod makes for an unexpected combination.  This is a nice light main course (piatto secondo) with which to follow a heavier 1st course (primo piatto).

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Spicy Veal Chunks

Spicy Veal Chunks

  Source  Piattoforte.it The clove, cinnamon and nutmeg add the spice to this dish.  You may need to experiment a bit to get the taste that suits you.  This is the quanto basta (quantity enough) element of Italian cooking — add until it is just […]