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Here, in one tidy place, you'll find some of the most loved Italian recipes, including rustic salads, classic mains, pizzas, pasta and risottos. Bella, bella.
Who would have thought that this cabbage and cheese combo could be so cheery?
Michelin-starred chef Angela Hartnett puts her stamp on this classic Italian soup recipe.
This Italian-style tart is an ideal lunch or supper dish. Alternatively, serve it as the starter at a dinner party.
This is an easy starter or light lunch. Allow 24 hours to soak the salt cod.
This classic Italian recipe from Florence is a much-loved favourite.
Beans means - a fantastic filling dish.
This quick and easy salad captures the quintessential flavours of Italy.
This delightfully quick tuna recipe is full of olives, capers, cucmber and tomatoes – perfect for a light lunch.
Combine tender steak with seasonal rocket for a light summer meal.
Or, to give it the correct name, insalata russa. Spot the anomaly? This dish is Italian, not Russian. It’s great with poached salmon or rare roast beef.
This Italian family favourite with meatballs and pasta costs a mere £3 to make.
At around £1.20 a head to make, this comforting pasta recipe will satisfy the hungriest of appetites without breaking the bank.
The stewing beef will become meltingly tender and
is simple to shred with some forks for an authentic ragù.
A quick, light and healthy pasta dish that's easy to make and even easier to consume.
Make up a batch of our beef ragu recipe, freeze it, and then defrost so you can rustle up this easy lasagne, which is perfect for the family or entertaining.
This is based on a homely Italian dish sometimes known as pizza rustica. It's as good cold as it is hot, so any leftovers are good news.
Easy mini pizzas to feed your party-goers.
This home-made pizza will be ready in the time it would take to pick up a takeaway. Try other ingredients, such as pepperoni, onion, fresh chilli and mushrooms.
This method of cooking pizza on the barbecue creates an authentic, wood-fired-oven flavour. A great al fresco recipe for the Bank Holiday.
This folded pizza is, remarkably, under 300 calories per serving. This is an oozy, melted cheese treat that everyone will love.
If there was any more flavour in these beautiful mushroom and risotto cakes, they’d have to come with a Government warning!
East meets west as lemon risotto and garlic prawns cosy up together in this exciting fusion dish.
A warming dish made from slow-roasting salmon and pairing it with a light, simple thyme risotto.
This dish, which combines meatballs with a light tomato and herb risotto, really is a one pot wonder.
Add some tang to a simple salmon fillet by adding a citrus-infused risotto.
This substantial casserole of two beans - borlotti and cannellini - will bring a hearty glow to your face - and it's suitable for veggies too.
A gorgeous, moreish Italian dish that carnivores won't care is vegetarian.
This delicious one-dish Italian dinner requires almost no effort. Not keen on polenta? Substitute it with diced butternut squash.
In this fun Italian recipe, you flatten chicken breasts with a rolling pin to make a quick supper bursting with mozzarella and Parma ham.
This Italian pie is full of robust flavours such as artichokes, spinach, parsley and ricotta - and is perfect for vegetarians.
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