Hello Greek Lasagna. This diner classic can rival its Italian cousin as long as you keep it light and flavorful.
We spent hours in the kitchen, but our manicotti was still mediocre. Could we make it faster-and better?
We set out to find a way to make these grilled Italian sandwiches without a panini press or an indoor grill.
We love the traditional antipasto platter served at Italian restaurants, chock-full of cured meats, cheese, and pickled vegetables. It's a full-flavored and satisfying dish-and something that we thought would translate well to a hearty pasta salad.
There's no need for a trip to your local pizzeria when our homemade calzone recipe tastes better, saves you money, and takes only 30 minutes.
This eat-with-a-fork sandwich got its inspiration from Antipasto salad. You'll need oversized slices from a large loaf of peasant bread to support the substantial ingredients.