Italian Vegetable Dishes
Italian cuisine is rich with vegetables, whether on the side of stewed meats, on top of pastas, or roasted with olive oil and herbs. No matter what your main dish, Italian vegetables are an excellent complement to any meal.
A slow cooker is the perfect tool to tenderize kale and infuse each tomatoey bite with the flavor of Italian herbs.
Employ your slow cooker to steam these sausage-stuffed artichokes until they are tender and fully infused with Italian herbs and spices.
For this low-calorie, low-fat version of the decadent meatless classic, the eggplant is baked, not fried.
Flavor results are worth the effort of making this homemade polenta recipe. Serve it, in individual casserole dishes, layered with creamy white sauce and fresh tomato sauce. Sprinkle with freshly grated Asiago cheese, bake until bubbly, and serve.
Serve this finger-and-fork food as an appetizer or as a vegetable side dish.
For a tasty grilled appetizer or side dish, top summer's finest tomatoes with fresh herbs.
Reimagine pizza night with single-serving galettes filled with roasted vegetables and chicken sausage.
Let your imagination run wild when it comes to tonight's supper. Instead of pasta, try polenta and a homemade tomato sauce for a delicious meat-free meal.
Mushrooms and onions flavor this classic Italian risotto recipe. Pair it with grilled beef or chicken.