Graziani Family Recipe For Lasagna Bolognese
Lasagna Bolognese is a traditional recipe from the Emilia Region, more precisely from Bologna, hence its name. Despite its origin, lasagna is so well known that it’s considered as a symbol of Italian cuisine all over the world. This recipe is the quintessence of the rich Bolognese traditional cuisine both for its preparation and ingredients, and it’s a favorite of adults kids alike.
Graziani Family Recipe For Stuffed Pasta Shells
Stuffed pasta shells with mushrooms, ham and béchamel sauce is a very appetizing first or main course. This dish is also one that can be prepared the day before an event or meal and will still taste great when served. If prepared a day prior to serving, simply bake the dish a few minutes before serving and it will come out tasting fresh and delicious.
The jumbo pasta shells, with their hollow shape, are great for stuffing with a variety of fillings. Our recipe calls for champignon mushrooms, zucchini, ham, béchamel sauce and grated cheese; the pasta shells are then cooked under the broiler for a few minutes until slightly crispy and golden brown.
The Mediterranean pasta salad is a summer dish made with simple and light ingredients, that can be made well in advance and stored in the fridge for a couple of days. Basil and tomatoes are at their best during summer and, combined with fresh mozzarella and canned tuna, make this pasta salad tasty, without being too heavy. The Mediterranean pasta salad is great for the beach or picnic.