the-pasta-book-recipes-in-the-italian-tradition

The Pasta Book: Recipes in the Italian Tradition

Sample Recipes from The Pasta Book: Recipes in the Italian Tradition

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ldquobig-shellsrdquo-stuffed-with-ricotta-mascarpone-and-spinach

“Big Shells” Stuffed with Ricotta, Masca...

Here is a light version of a classic treatment for stuffing dried pasta in the form of giant shells, nests, or manicotti. The sauce is co...

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pappardelle-with-wild-mushrooms

Pappardelle with Wild Mushrooms

Pappardelle are the widest Italian egg noddles, the perfect shape to combine with the thinly sliced, fan-shaped caps of the wild mushroom...

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lasagne-casserole-with-meat-and-red-wine-sauce

Lasagne Casserole with Meat and Red Wine Sauce

Americans think of lasagna as the name for a layered pasta casserole. Actually, the word lasagna means a wide, flat, long noodle; lasagne...

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spaghetti-with-bacon-and-egg-sauce-lean-version

Spaghetti with Bacon and Egg Sauce (Lean Version)

I have heard several theories about the origins of this dish, but whatever its true history, carbonara (from carbone, or coal) presumably...

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spaghetti-with-clam-sauce-and-fresh-tomato

Spaghetti with Clam Sauce and Fresh Tomato

Is there any dish more reminiscent than this of the proverbial Italian repast, eaten by moonlight at some romantic seaside spot—say...

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cabbage-and-cannellini-bean-soup-with-pasta

Cabbage and Cannellini Bean Soup with Pasta

Soak beans overnight. Pick over and discard any small stones, and rinse beans well. Place beans in a pot with the water or stock and b...

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