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Pancetta and asparagus pasta

Pancetta and asparagus pasta by Easy Cook - Laka kuharica

This 5-Ingredient dish is super easy to make, and full of absolutely amazing flavor!

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Risotto with asparagus and prosciutto

Risotto with asparagus and prosciutto by Easy Cook - Laka kuharica

Originating from Venetian cuisine, this risotto is truly mouthwatering.

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baked 'Cordon Bleu style' Italian stuffed Chicken breast

baked 'Cordon Bleu style' Italian stuffed Chicken breast by Foodessa

Yogurt has worked out to be the perfect tenderizer and flavour carrier. Light coatings adhere to yogurt marinated chicken avoiding to do the typical triple setup. Placing a cooling rack in a pan allows for these coated chicken preparation to bake perfectly so that the fried texture is not missed. For a dedicated post…refer to:…

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CICERCHIATA wreath for the Holidays

CICERCHIATA wreath for the Holidays by Foodessa

An indulgence made of dainty, crunchy dough nuggets held together with flavoured honey…topped with candy sprinkles. For a dedicated post…refer to: https://www.foodessa.com/2018/12/crunch-for-italian-christmas-3-recipes.html

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rustic Meringue Spice cloud pastry cookies

rustic Meringue Spice cloud pastry cookies by Foodessa

As light as air and tasty beyond expectation. For a dedicated post…refer to: https://www.foodessa.com/2018/12/crunch-for-italian-christmas-3-recipes.html

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roasted Sugar n Spice Almonds

roasted Sugar n Spice Almonds by Foodessa

A super easy roasted snack confection for the holidays. For a dedicated post…refer to: https://www.foodessa.com/2018/12/crunch-for-italian-christmas-3-recipes.html

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Cold Angel Hair Pasta in Truffle Oil with Abalone and Caviar

Cold Angel Hair Pasta in Truffle Oil with Abalone and Caviar by Blackswan

Foodies, here’s another Christmas recipe to serve up a gastronomic meal. Combining all the extravagant ingredients, the chilled pasta is drenched in a fragrant Truffle Oil, teasing the palates of your guests even before they arrive on the table.

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Gnudi (Nudi) Squash Cheese rustic dumplings

Gnudi (Nudi) Squash Cheese rustic dumplings by Foodessa

Simultaneously a savoury and sweet dish is derived from adding squash to cheeses as eggs, spices and lightly sifted flour render delectable rustic bites. For a dedicated post...refer to: https://www.foodessa.com/2018/11/squash-cheese-gnudi-and-rockefeller.html

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Creamy Chicken Alfredo

Creamy Chicken Alfredo by Tim Campbell

A hearty creamy pasta meal everyone will enjoy! Found this from Rambling Cafe.

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Saffron Risotto with Butternut Squash

Saffron Risotto with Butternut Squash by Tim Campbell

Wonderful side dish Prep: 15 min, cook: 1 hr. 20 min, Yield 4 to 6 servings

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Taco stuffed lumaconi

Taco stuffed lumaconi by Easy Cook - Laka kuharica

This delicious combination of Mexican flavors and Italian pasta will be loved by everyone.

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Beefy tomato and sausage sauce for spaghetti

Beefy tomato and sausage sauce for spaghetti by susan c. vergalla

1. Brown beef and drain, if necessary. 2. In a separate pot put the rest of the ingredients, slicing the sausage into 1/4 inch pieces. 3. Add beef and simmer one hour. 4. Top cooked al dente spaghetti, with sauce.

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Basil Pesto Spread

Basil Pesto Spread by Salad Foodie

Summer’s remaining basil harvest can become the makings of delicious pesto to serve on crackers or crusty bread. And it does freeze well too for uses into the fall season and beyond. Easy to make and very nutritious compared to many typical spreads.

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Italian style stuffed pork tenderloin

Italian style stuffed pork tenderloin by Easy Cook - Laka kuharica

This pork tenderloin in aromatic gravy is full of delicious stuffing, fork tender and melts in your mouth.

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Cuocere Stile Italiano

Cuocere Stile Italiano by Rosemarie

The biggest challenge to making these sumptuous pork chops is the age-old question: fresh or dried herbs? While fresh is always better, sometimes dried is the way, be it a seasonal thing or a personal preference. The relish also goes well atop toasted baguettes or alongside a finely grilled steak.

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