A combination of meats and some spices for a great taste in meatballs to add to your favorite sauce. Also can be used for burgers.
This is a basic garlic oil that can be used as a dipping sauce for bread, the oil half of an Italian vinaigrette, or as the base for sauteeing Mediterranean style. If you use it for the latter though, you may want to omit the herbs and add the extra virgin olive oil unless your pan is non-stick or you do not mind burned liitle flecks of oregano or parsley!
My grandmother would kill me if she knew I was sharing her meatball recipe with the world. But it's worth the risk since they are so good!!! Luckily, she does not have a computer.
These meat balls are so flavorful and tender that you will wonder why you're putting them on spaghetti!
This is a quick and easy appetizer that I received from a friend and tweaked to make it my own... I use a combination of hot and sweet bulk Italian sausage, which is easy to find in Upstate New York, where I live. If you cannot find bulk Italian sausage, buy links, remove the casings and squeeze out the sausage to cook. Don't be thrown off by the strange ingredient combination, these taste wonderful and your guests will be shocked when you share the recipe!
This recipe was developed to eat with our Spaghetti. It is a family recipe used for many generations.
Jordan had Pippen, Ruth had Gehrig, and pasta becomes a true champ with garlic bread.
You can use these meatballs on pasta or in sandwiches. Or you may just find that people want to grab them right off the grill and pop them in their mouths.
Balsamic vinegar and Parmesan cheese make this crispy garlic bread stand out. A perfect addition to any Italian meal.
I made this cheese ball for a get together and everyone loved it. It's a terrific cheeseball that everyone will enjoy, easy, and tastes great.
A recipe born as a way to make use out of leftover onions has blossomed and evolved into this clean-finishing new classic.
Here’s a quick, easy and delicious appetizer recipe to use for your next party. The ingredients are fresh and the flavors complement each other nicely. These are sure to be a hit.
A quick, easy recipe for meatballs that bake in the oven. Plenty of flavor from garlic and oregano.
A hot hors d'oeuvre appetizer dish great for barbeques, parties and other get-togethers. Not for the faint of heart or soft of taste buds.
Two of man's favorite foods join forces to make this spicy snack. Like Bacon Burgers and Bourbon BBQ Sauce, this is bound to become a classic.
Italian cuisine has a great variety of different ingredients which are commonly used, ranging from fruits, vegetables, sauces, meats, etc. In the North of Italy, fish (such as cod, or baccalà), potatoes, rice, maize, corn, sausages, pork, and different types of cheeses are the most common ingredients. Pasta dishes with lighter use of tomato, in Northern Italy though there are many kinds of stuffed pasta and risotto. Other ingredients include several types of fish and seafood dishes; basil (found in pesto), nuts and olive oil are very common.
This is my specialty pasta dish and can be made with many variations, but my version mixes general Italian pasta with the seafood lover in me. It can be made without the seafood, but when the butter and oil mixes with the shrimp and crab meat...it's heaven!
This is a variation on an old recipe that it gets its kick from French dressing. For a little extra twist, wrap the mushrooms in bacon and bake until bacon is done.
A creamy, meaty appetizer that cooks in just over 30 minutes. May want to make more than one batch, these will go fast.