This manicotti recipe is made with crepes instead of dried pasta, for a result that's both delicate and hardy.
Nutty, buttery, and fruity, these traditional Sicilian cookies known as cuccidati are perfect for the holidays.
We stripped these Italian-style meatballs down to the most essential elements for weeknight realness.
Two-ingredient homemade pasta (no machine required!) meets a buttery yet fresh tomato sauce finished with a drop of umami-rich fish sauce.
Lean on the oven for a hands-off approach to Sicilian-style caponata goodness.
Let your summer eggplant and basil shine in this classic Sicilian pasta.
Adjust the classic proportions of the gin, vermouth, and Campari in a negroni cocktail recipe for this updated version from London’s Chiltern Firehouse.
You can put whatever you want in it, and you don’t even need to turn on your oven.
This creamy lemon pasta recipe is luscious and amply cheesy, but still bright and fresh. Best part: You can make it for dinner in just 15 minutes.
Snappy asparagus gets tucked under a rich velvety blanket of Parmesan cheese—a cozy dish for still-cold spring nights.
This mushroom gnocchi gets its savory flavor from dried porcini mushrooms, which are ground into powder and mixed into the dough.
Paired with a glass of amaro, this rich yet bright tart is the ultimate end to any meal.
Big shells aren’t just for stuffed pasta. Here they hold strong against punchy sauce, spicy sausage, and bracing broccoli rabe.
This shrimp scampi recipe gets an extra punch of garlicky flavor from a short marinade before cooking. Serve it with bread to sop up the rich pan sauce.
Broiling this cod for a minute at the end of cooking makes the raisin-and-nut-studded breadcrumb topping golden, crunchy, and delicious.
Basil is a mere garnish in this nutty, cheesy, peak-season pesto sauce.
Keep a couple of tins of fish in the pantry and this 20-minute pantry pasta will always be within reach for last-minute dinners.
Layers of ragù and béchamel are all that is right in this world.
Pasta cooks directly in its sauce in this genius vegetarian dish that stars lentils and deeply browned mushrooms.
These Italian vegetable fritters can be made from any kind of vegetable and baked, shallow-fried, or deep-fried.