Hot from the oven, these baked ravioli recipes make a warm and satisfying weeknight dinner. Baked in a variety of luscious sauces and fresh ingredients like spinach, mushrooms, tomatoes, zucchini, and basil leaves, these baked ravioli recipes will receive oohs and aahs from your family.See Popular Baked Ravioli Recipes
Your family and friends will love this lasagna with the bold taste. Just keep the easy preparation your own little secret.
This simple pasta casserole chills overnight so when you're ready to eat, just pop it in the oven.
Just four ingredients and 10 minutes prep is all you need to for an oven-ready Italian-style casserole.
This make-ahead ravioli casserole recipe takes 20 minutes or less to assemble. It's a simple ending to a busy day.
This casserole recipe looks and tastes like lasagna, but requires only a fraction of the prep time. Cheese-filled ravioli and cooked turkey meatballs are ready to layer with the pasta sauce and cheese straight from the package.
If there was a global comfort food, it would probably be the cuisine of Italy. There's something about classic Italian dishes that appeal to people, no matter what your background--the boldness of the flavors of Italy tend to combine in ways that are quintessentially satisfying and delicious. After all, it's hard to go wrong when you're working with ingredients like fragrant garlic, ripe tomatoes, rich mozzarella cheese, and hearty pasta.
Hosting a Thanksgiving feast can feel overwhelming, but if you set out an array of appealing appetizers for your guests, you'll at least avoid the rush of hungry folks poking their heads into the kitchen to see what's cooking. (Trying to get that turkey perfectly golden brown is hard enough without prying eyes!)
Is there any meat with more oomph than Italian sausage? (Hint: no.) Regular sausage is already great; add a burst of basil, oregano, and--especially--fennel seeds, and you've got got an immortal ingredient.
Here's how to put the piles of zucchini in your garden and at the market to good use for delicious dinners, snacks, desserts, and everything in between.
We go through a lot of crackers in my house. We go through a lot of bread, too -- in fact, my younger daughter has been known to ask for "toast, but not cooked." That's really beside the point; it's just so cute I had to tell someone. Anyway, I end up buying family-sized boxes of various crackers with ridiculous regularity; the girls dip them in hummus, sandwich them between slices of cheese (what? I have no idea!), and pitch them into each others' mouths with varying degrees of success. Shopping for these girls has taught me this: Crackersread more