Viva Italia – Round up of Italian Recipes.
My husband and I are very fond of Italian recipes. I love the full bodied flavor and since I garden as well, I keep Italian style herbs growing on my patio year round. My favorites are rosemary, thyme, oregano and basil.
I thought it would be fun to put together a round up of some of my favorite Italian recipes. Whether it is a side dish, a dessert or a main course, there is something here for all tastes.
These lasagna roll ups are the perfect portion controlled way to make a traditional lasagna. I love the way they stay nicely on the plate without having to wait for the recipe to set.
The basis of so many Italian recipes is a good marinara sauce. I make mine with freshly roasted tomatoes and it is just wonderful. Once made, you can add any ingredients you like in it. Your family will devour it, I promise you! Get the recipe at my main site, The Gardening Cook.
This crusty herbed Italian bread is the perfect choice to accompany a savory Italian Soup. Get the recipe here.
Named after the Caprese region of Italy, this tomato mozzarella Caprese salad is very easy to make, and light and healthy. It makes a fabulous side dish or starter for any main course.
This Italian soda mocktail is the perfect choice for those days that you don’t want alcohol in your drinks. Get the recipe at Shaping Up to Be a Mom.
This acorn squash gnocchi recipe will take a bit of time to prepare, but it will be worth every second spent on it. Get the recipe at Caroline’s Cooking.
Instead of making a traditional chicken Alfredo pasta dish, try combining the last of the recipe with lasagna in these delicious Chicken Alfredo Roll ups. They are easy to make and easy to eat.
No round up of Italian recipes would be complete without the Classic Spaghetti and Meatballs. Get my recipe here.
If you like your Italian recipes to have a bit of a kick to them, you will love this Spicy Shrimp and Tomato pasta dish. It has a nice level of spice but not too much. Both my heat loving husband and I like it.
When one international flavor is not enough, why not have two? These stuffed shells have the traditional Italian sauce but it has been adapted to include Mexican flavors too. Very easy and the kids will love this recipe.
No Italian menu would be complete without some savory garlic bread. My recipe is easy to prepare and so, so good! Get it here.
It’s burger time, Mex-Italian Style. Basil and Cilantro season the beef and the Italian rolls have Guacamole as a topping. So good!
Need to have dinner on the table in a flash? Look no further. This easy weeknight chicken scallopine is ready in less than 30 minutes but tastes like you spent hours preparing it. Get the recipe here.
This traditional Tiramisu coffee dessert recipe from Dear Creatives is the perfect ending to any Italian meal.
These Italian lemon drop cookies from Key Ingredient are as light as air and full of citrus freshness. They would be perfect after a hearty Italian meal.
Want some more Italian recipes? Try these!
Soft Italian cookies from The Monday Box.
Italian marinated Green Beans from It’s a Keeper.
Vegetarian Spaghetti squash recipe from Sassy Dealz.
Four Cheese Skillet Rigatoni from How Sweet it is.
Amaretto Lace Cannoli from The Brooklyn Ragazza.
Garden Lasagne from The Curvy Carrot.
Crusty Parmesan Herbed Zucchini from Agnese Italian Recipes.
Skinny Eggplant Rollatini with Spinach from Skinny Taste.
Chocolate Italian Love Cake from The Seasoned Mom.
Easy Stuffed Shells from Taste of Home.
Penne Pasta with Tomato and Smoked Mozzarella from Epicurious.
Pepperoni Pizza Bake from Pillsbury.
Eggplant Lasagna from The Stay at Home Chef.
Baked Spaghetti Casserole from Dinner then Dessert.
Italian Stuffed Peppers from Your Family.
Meatballs a la Parmigiana from Casa Veneracion
Lasagne Rollups Recipe from Blog Chef.
Creamy Mushroom Fontina Pasta from Brown Eyed Baker.
Three Cheese Skillet Lasagne from Iowa Girl Eats.
Spaghetti and Meatball Pasta cups from By Stephanie Lynn
Vegan Stuffed Shells from Oh She Glows.
Grilled Caprese Pizza from Table for Two.
Beefy Eggplant Parmigiano from Taste of Home.