Eggs and canned tuna are probably not two things you thought to pair together, but one bite of Nonna’s tuna frittata and you’ll be convinced it was a meant to be brunch combination. This quick and easy frittata recipe is budget friendly, healthy, and filling for the whole family.
Slow cookers & chicken go hand in hand, this rich creamy Italian chicken recipe is just what the slow cooker ordered. Our crockpot chicken made with Italian dressing is slow cooked with minimal ingredients- probably ones you already have on hand!
No need to run to an Italian bakery when you can make this decadent Italian cannoli poke cake at home. Creamy condensed milk keeps the cake deliciously moist. A fantastic mascarpone ricotta icing and generous topping of chocolate chips finishes this cannoli poke off. The result is a delicious Italian style treat you can make as a dessert that everyone you serve it to will adore.
This easy lasagna rosa recipe yields an extra rich red and white lasagna. You’ll never miss the meat in this deliciously cheesy, indulgent vegetarian lasagna recipe. Make this easy red and white lasagna recipe for dinner any night of the week.
Quick & easy recipes are my jam, even better when it’s a throwback to something from our own childhood that we can share with our kids now. Nonna’s Italian macaroni pie needs only four ingredients, and is creamy cheesy pasta heaven on a plate.
Dips don’t have to just be savory. They can most definitely be sweet too. Sweet enough for dessert even. Half the work but with all the flavor- this cannoli dip comes straight from Nonna’s Italian kitchen.
Pesto is a sauce we all buy & love, but most people don’t know it can easily be made at home. Nonna’s Homemade Basil Pesto only needs six ingredients. It’s the best way to get your authentic fix in a flash, with easily accessible ingredients.
Marsala wine and mozzarella cheese got together and decided to skip the traditional chicken marsala on the menu, instead upping the ante with a buttery pan seared chicken & mushroom dish called Chicken Lombardy. It sounds fancy, but you’ll soon discover it’s shockingly simple. It’s the best use of both wine & cheese in a single recipe!
Looking for something new to do with all that pasta stocking in the pantry? Add this creamy, cheesy riggis pasta with ham to the weekly meal plan. It’s a great way to use up leftover ham, and a meal the whole family will happily gather around the table to enjoy together.
Cacio E Pepe, literally translated as cheese & pepper, is a simple pasta dish. Using only four simple ingredients, they come together to form a creamy cheesy, perfectly seasoned pasta dish that’s a perfect example of true Italian comfort food.