Forty of our most tempting baked pasta and lasagna recipes ideal for entertaining and holiday meals, as well as quick versions for weeknight dinners. You'll find vegetable lasagna, traditional lasagna Bolognese, macaroni and cheese, baked ziti, and more.
Prepare for an unparalleled (and unorthodox) blast of flavors in these stratified little candies. The exquisitely tender treats are emboldened with vanilla, chocolate, and coconut. Get the packaging how-to for the Neapolitan Coconut Strips.
This recipe is adapted from "Great Italian Desserts," by Nick Malgieri.
Nick Malgieri directs the baking programs at the Institute of Culinary Education in New York City. He is the author of nine books about baking, most recently, "The Modern Baker" (DK Publishing, 2008).
Italian dishes have become an integral part of American cuisine. Many favorite family dinners are centered around Italian, and Italian-inspired, recipes. Pasta in its many shapes is always a hit with kids and has the added convenience of cooking quickly and having an almost infinite shelf life. So dig in here and choose from dozens of our best recipes for quick Italian meals, all of which can be made in 60 minutes or less.
Go beyond Bolognese: We have all the heavy hitters, the big names of pasta plus sauce. You'll find the classic Italian recipes you know from restaurant meals, from that spring on the Amalfi Coast, or maybe from nonna. Yes, you can and should make spaghetti Bolognese, but try these other time-honored Italian pasta recipes too.
Everyone’s an expert when it comes to this sublime amalgam of pasta, cheese, and black pepper. Some cooks prefer to simply toss hot pasta with Pecorino Romano in the age-old way. Others like to create a creamy pan sauce, relying primarily on Grana Padano, which, unlike Pecorino, melts beautifully. We’re in the latter camp (and we up the ante by adding the brightness of lemon), but that means technique is all-important.