Mix up your weekly meals with new recipes that will take you on a trip to Italy, from gnudi and gnocchi, to classics like pizza and melanzane. These recipes are a mix of meat-free, carb overload and, even dessert.
This restaurant-worthy starter consists of thinly sliced beef and a punchy chilli-and-lime sauce. If you’re cooking to impress, this is a winner.
This is undoubtedly the most recognisable Italian dish. It’s a crowd-pleaser that never disappoints. This recipe may keep things simple with classic Italian ingredients like tomatoes, basil and mozzarella, but it delivers on flavour.
Not to be confused with gnocchi, gnudi are spinach-and-ricotta dumplings. They’re perfect for serving as a starter, but we think they’re exceptionally glorious in this tomato-based sauce with borlotti beans.
Not all ragùs are slow-cooked chunks of meat. This one is a mixture of mushrooms braised in a rich tomato sauce. And if you’re still not confident cooking polenta, this no-stir, baked version is your new go-to.
Meat-free, cheesy and saucy. This classic baked brinjal dish wins everyone over. If you’re looking for sneaky ways to get the kids to eat more veggies, you’ve found the perfect recipe.
Just when you thought potatoes couldn’t get any more exciting, enter gnocchi. These pillowy soft potato dumplings are the answer to a quick-and-easy Italian supper. If you’re up to it, you can make your gnocchi from scratch but store-bought gnocchi works perfectly.
This creamy rice dish is what dreams are made of. This dish requires a little bit of elbow grease, but the effort is 100% worth it. It’s perfect for date night at home or if you want to indulge.