From apple crisps to slow cooker favorites, here are my go-to recipes for Fall!
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Think of Arrabbiata as marinara sauce, but with a kick! In this baked pasta, stuff with the flavorful ricotta filling! The result is a comforting dish with tons of great, satisfying flavor.
'Tis the season for hot toddies! This one gets a little added boost with the help of Fabbri ginger in syrup. Be sure to enjoy all of the chopped ginger at the bottom that has been playing with the bourbon and lemon. It’s simply delightful.
Pan-sear the salmon until it’s golden brown and crispy, and then use the same pan to cook some of my favorite ingredients: artichoke hearts, shallots, sundried tomatoes and baby spinach. It’s so beautiful on the plate! The presentation is absolutely impressive enough to serve when you’re entertaining, but clocking in at 20 minutes to throw it together, it’s a wonderful weeknight dinner as well.
Minestrone is a beloved Italian soup, and one of the most recognizable ones in the US. It’s a thick, hearty stew with vegetables, and often with pasta or rice. In my version, I opt for heartiness from potatoes and cannellini beans! The step of blending up some of the beans with broth gives the soup a delicious, velvety texture.
In Italy, the fall season is all about harvest – and this cake is representative of that spirit. What better way to ring in the season than filling your home with the smell of apples and cinnamon?
Simple cornbread is at its very best in this recipe: moist, slightly sweet, and a bit tangy from buttermilk and sour cream. Pair it with freshly made honey butter for a seriously crowd-pleasing side dish!
Sautéed peas with butter before adding them to a well in the center of these creamy, cheesy mashed potatoes makes them extra decadent. A parmesan and breadcrumb topping gives the entire dish a golden-brown crispy crust before you dive into the velvety mashed potatoes – it’s a Thanksgiving centerpiece that’s just as tasty as it is pretty!
In Italian cuisine, “agrodolce” refers to a sweet and sour sauce usually made with sugar and vinegar. For a fall twist on these brussels sprouts, we used maple syrup and apple cider vinegar to make a delicious zingy glaze that takes brussels sprouts to the next level.
The cold weather seasons are upon us, and is there really ever a cozy moment that feels totally complete without a homemade sweet treat? Get your festive fall fix by checking out these homemade dessert recipes!
These pot pies make for a perfectly warming, hearty dinner. Pancetta is essentially the Italian version of bacon, and it adds a great salty richness to the creamy inside filling.
Ciambella is a delicious classic Italian cake that’s traditionally eaten for breakfast, and it’s incredibly simple and easy to make. Light, fluffy, tender, and with a great aromatic flavor of lemon and olive oil and a touch of fennel – it really is perfect with espresso in the morning!
Carbonara is one of the quintessential, classic pasta dishes of Rome, and I always like to put my own spin on it. For fall, nothing sounded more comforting than giving it a warm, autumnal element – so I introduced pureed pumpkin and nutmeg to this dish!
On a night full of activity like Halloween, we want easy dinners that don’t require tons of our attention (or require much effort at all!). Whether you’re going trick-or-treating, passing out candy, partying it up or staying in for a cozy night of movie-watching, these are the Halloween dinners you can set and forget on the stove, slow cooker or oven!