Tomato Bacon Pasta with Mascarpone is tiny pasta bathed in a smooth, creamy mascarpone tomato sauce with the slightest hint of bacon. It’s a wonderfully comforting, easy, and super delicious meal!
This recipe for Delicioso White Bean, Fennel & Italian Sausage Soup is one I found, and adapted, from Cooking Light Magazine. I didn’t change the recipe much, but I did add more fennel (because I love the light anise flavor of fennel a lot lately), and I also increased the amount of white beans from the original recipe, and I omitted the sage and parsley because I forgot to purchase them at the market. Doh!
Other than that, this recipe I’m sharing is pretty much just as it was written in the magazine. I DO NOT take credit for this recipe, but I do take credit for sharing it with you here on Kudos Kitchen in case you missed it in Cooking Light Magazine. I strongly urge you to make this soup. It’s delicious!
This recipe for Slow Cooker Meatball Lasagna is a family favorite of ours. I’ve made several different versions of this traditional Italian favorite (as you’ll notice in this post), and they’re all easy, tasty, and completely satisfying!
Moist and meaty chicken thighs, along with red potatoes are cooked low and slow in a white wine caper sauce for this Italian classic of Slow Cooker Chicken Vesuvio. Sometimes when I have an idea for a recipe or method I need to make it without delay! That was the case for this Slow Cooker Chicken Vesuvio. So much …
Gather your family and friends around a big bowl of Linguine with Caramelized Scallops and Broccoli. It’s a feast that is fit for a king!
I made these Zucchini Pizza Boats with the first zucchini harvest out of our garden. We usually don’t get our zucchinis picked until they’re as big as baseball bats. It’s not that we wait for that to happen, it just that we’re always late in getting them picked, and zucchinis grow so fast it seems as they can grow 8-10 inches in a day, but maybe I exaggerate!
Tortellini Emilia with Prosciutto and Sage is cheesy and comforting. In the summertime you can cook it on the grill (over moderate heat) by elevating the casserole dish on a brick, on top of the grates. Placing the lid back on the grill turns it into an outdoor oven, with no need to heat up the kitchen. …