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.
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.
This classic Italian sampler plate can be a quick weeknight treat.
Why order in from a pizzeria when you can make your own calzones in 30 minutes?