Italian

Frittata with Spinach and Prosciutto

NOTE:  This Italian omelette is full of  flavor, featuring Prosciutto, which is an Italian ham.   You can change it up any way you which, by substituting Italian sausage for the prosciutto, and asparagus, potatoes, or sun-dried tomatoes  for the spinach.  You will love making…

Chicken Cacciatore

NOTE:  This dish is laden with sweet peppers, onion, and mushrooms complete with savory chicken.  It is truly an Italian classic.

Italian Vegetable Stir-Fry

NOTE:   These vegetables are brimming with flavor and can be added to most any main dish.  They are crisp tender which gives them a delightful crunch.    

Rosalie’s Italian Red Sauce over Penne

NOTE: This could be the best pasta sauce you will ever experience. Made with savory meat and fennel meatballs, this sauce is rich and delicious. This recipe makes a good amount, enough for up to 8 people, and it also freezes very well for future…

Italian Breaded Cauliflower

NOTE:  You will love this mouth-watering crunchy cauliflower.  Sprinkle it with Parmesan cheese, or use it with your favorite marinara….yum!

Rosalie’s Cannoli Cake

A beautiful cake that taste great, just like a cream filled Cannoli.   NOTE:  This cake is a replica of the classic cream-filled cannoli pastry all wrapped up into a cake.  It is light, smooth, and delicious!

Cabbage Vegetable Lentil Soup

  NOTE:  Italians love lentils, and this soup is a hearty cabbage vegetable soup that includes lentils.  It is great with or without meat.  Easy to make and easy to keep up to 4 days in the refrigerator.               …

Italian Beef Soup with Meatballs

Note:  My mother, Ann Fiorino, would make this soup almost once a week in the winter.  We would always look forward to dipping her homemade Italian bread in the hot broth and savoring the little meatballs.