Everyone and their mother has heard and or tried lasagna, but maybe not everyone has heard of the classic Italian pasta dish: stuffed shells. The classic preparation of stuffed shells includes a cheese filling, however, you can add a number of different ingredients to the filling to add a new element to the dish...
Pumpkin marinara sauce may sound a little daunting and quite unique but I assure you it is absolutely delicious! You can pair the pumpkin pasta sauce with just about any pasta you like. Just choose your favorite! However, I recommend pairing it with our pumpkin ravioli to accentuate the sauce and the pumpkin filling’s flavor. Garnish with some grated parmesan and you have yourself a full pumpkin plate!
You can't have a Sunday Sauce dinner without adding some traditional protein aspects to your meal! My Nonna has always had Beef Braciole, Pork Braciole (Spiedini or involtini), and Meatballs with every Sunday Sauce dinner. Not only do they taste delicious on their own, but the flavor they add to your homemade sauce is absolutely mouth watering. Here I will share how to cook your Beef Braciole, Pork Braciole, and Meatballs in your homemade sauce.
Here I will be walking you through one of the most multi-purposed oils you will ever find in a kitchen.
Olive oil has a very wide range of use. It is used for anything from salad dressing to sautéing to even drinking!
Olive oil is produced by pressing fresh olives together which produces a beautiful dark green or golden hue and bold flavor. It has been a staple in Mediterranean cuisine since the beginning of time. Majority of the world's olive oil is produced in Greece, Italy, and Spain.