Make restaurant-worthy risotto without the constant stirring by making it in your Instant Pot. Arborio rice, a short-grain rice, is the traditional variety used for risotto. It releases creamy starch as it cooks, but retains a tender, chewy bite.
Sweet peaches, mozzarella and salty prosciutto are divine when tossed with pasta and spinach.
Chicken paired with a classic Italian bread salad is a nice dish for both weeknights and weekends.
Fast and fresh, this beautiful summer recipe will be your to-to for the season.
A hearty meat sauce doesn’t have to simmer all day. This easy ragu gets fast flavor from garlic and onions and an extra boost from grated zucchini.
Use this simple pizza dough to make smaller individual pies that guests can top themselves or make 2 larger ones for family pizza night.
These handheld caprese salads are excellent for picnics or cocktail parties.
The perfect combination of chicken Parm and hearty Italian meatballs. Each bite is packed with cheese and satiating protein. Pair with whole grain pasta or zucchini noodles.
Chicken Parmesan is one of Tiny New York Kitchen’s all-time favorite dinners!
There are as many variations on zabaglione as there are ways to enjoy it. The balance of egg yokes, wine, and sugar in this recipe is based on the traditional master ratio: For each yolk you would use half and eggshell full of sugar and half an eggshell full of wine. Use Marsala for the most classic flavor, then experiment with other wines that you like.