Italian

Italian Beef Soup with Meatballs

NOTE: My mother, Ann Fiorino, would make this soup during the winter months.  We always looked forward to dipping her homemade Italian bread into the hot broth.  Instead of stew meat, I have changed this up a bit and used a baked chuck roast in…

Italian Split Pea Soup

NOTE:  It took family members to remember this wonderful soup made by my mother, Ann Fiorino.  It is a hearty delicious soup that warms the heart and soul.  I hope you love this soup as much as our family.

Baked Lasagna with Rosalie’s Meat Sauce

NOTE:  Baked Lasagna is still one of the most popular dishes of the Italian cuisine.  Layered noodles packed with ricota cheese, Italian cheeses, and meat sauce, this recipe explodes with Italian flavor.     

Italian Meatball Subs with Marinara Sauce

NOTE:  These Italian meatball subs are great for a quick dinner dish and are very filling.   You will have enough meatballs and sauce to easily double this recipe.  Serve them with your favorite Italian salad and you are home free!

Tuna Stuffed Tomatoes

NOTE:  If you love fresh tomatoes and tuna, you will love these little salads. They are so good in the summer when the fresh tomatoes are in.   NOTE: For a creamy dressing, use tuna packed in water, drained well.  Add 1 cup Hellmann’s mayonnaise and…

Rosalie’s Savory Marinara Sauce

Note:  This savory marinara sauce just takes minutes to make, and is every bit delicious.  Use it on Italian dishes like pastas, meats, or in casseroles.  The best recipe ever, you will cherish this sauce! 

Awesome Eggplant Parmigiana

Hungry for a savory eggplant dist?  Then Rosalie’s Eggplant Parmigiana will more than satisfy.  Layered with a delicious marinara sauce and shredded mozzerella, rope provel cheese and plenty of grated Parmesan, this dish is bubbling over with goodness.

Chicken Alexandra – Italian Breaded Chicken Breasts

NOTE:    These juicy tender chicken breasts are Italian breaded and stuffed with a sweet basil/tomato oil sauce.  They are not only superbly delicious but make a beautiful entrée on your plate.  They are named after my granddaughter, Alexandra, who follows in my footsteps as a…