Search Results

Showing only recipes by “Julia della Croce.”

Click Search when you're done! (or just hit ENTER)

Zucchini Rolls Stuffed with Ricotta

Here is a facsimile of a dish I had at the home of Karen Forhaltz and Michael Miele, The chef-owners of a nice little New York eatery cal...

by Julia della Croce


Roasted Peppers in Four Variations

Smoky roasted peppers are among the most delicious of vegetables. I offer only four ways here that roasted peppers can be served as antip...

by Julia della Croce


Sugar Snap Pea and Almond Salad with Mint and Orange

Fresh sugar snap peas, mint, orange zest, and almonds come together to create this beguiling salad. Sugar snap peas, which are eaten pod ...

by Julia della Croce


Peppers Stuffed with Rice and Sausage

Almost any vegetable can be stuffed, but peppers are particularly suitable because of their container-like shape. This is how vegetables ...

by Julia della Croce


Roasted Clams with Bacon

Italian clams are very small-about the size of a man’s thumbnail-so it is not surprising that this dish is never presented in italy. Only...

by Julia della Croce


Lobster and Roasted Pepper Salad

The sweet richness of the lobster and the pungent, smoky flavor of the peppers, so vibrantly and deeply colored in contrast to the creamy...

by Julia della Croce


Bean Salad with Roasted Red Peppers, Onion, Marjoram...

The bandiera, or “flag,” symbolized in this dish is the red, green and white banner of italy. The secret to this delicious salad is to us...

by Julia della Croce


Light Lemon Mayonnaise

Mayonnaise, like bread and fresh egg pasta (not to be confused with factory-produced dried pasta, which is a marvelous product) has to be...

by Julia della Croce


Sieved Tomato Sauce with Basil

In this recipe, plum tomatoes (fresh or canned) are simmered slowly without salt, oil, garlic, or onion, to keep their natural flavor int...

by Julia della Croce


“Big Shells” Stuffed with Ricotta, Mascarpone, and S...

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...

by Julia della Croce

Comments (2)

Cookstr search makes finding recipes easy. Here’s how it works:

You can start out with a basic search – such as recipe, ingredient or chef – or try an advanced search by taste, texture, occasion, course, budget, skill level, and many more! Just click the ‘advanced search’ button on the orange search side-menu to expand the full list of search options.

At any time in your search, you can further refine results by checking off additional advanced search categories, and change the order in which results are sorted, by clicking the ‘relevance’, ‘newest’ or ‘chef/author’ buttons directly above your search results.

You can also type a keyword directly into the search bar that fits into any of these categories, and beyond!

Use your imagination - you might be surprised at what you find.


Thanks for signing up!

You'll receive an activation email in your inbox shortly. Don't forget to click that link and activate your new account!

Already a member? Sign in here

Sign up for Cookstr!

  • Receive a free, handpicked selection of recipes in your inbox weekly
  • Save, share and comment on your favorite recipes in My Cookstr
  • Get updates on new cookbooks, Cookstr features, and other exclusives we know you'll love
By signing up you accept the
Terms of Use and Privacy Policy
New to Cookstr? Sign up here
Thanks for commenting!
Would you like to share your comment on Facebook or Twitter?