Italian recipes

Pizza, pasta, risotto and more – there’s no shortage of delicious Italian recipes in the HelloFresh cookbook. Whether you’re looking for modern takes on traditional recipes, or old classics just like Nonna used to make it, this collection has it all.

Spiced Pork & Italian Salad with Romesco Sauce & Croutons

Pre-Prepped | Three Steps | Ready in 15

Cheese & Charcuterie Board

Italian-style | Serves 4+

Cheesy Lamb Meatballs & Tomato Sauce

with Cauli-Potato Mash & Garlic Veggies

Saltimbocca Chicken & Truffle-Parmesan Mash

with Greens & Toasted Macadamias

Quick Pork & Leek Fusilli

with Tomato Sauce & Garlic-Parmesan Pangrattato

Cherry Tomato, Bacon & Sage Pizza

with Pear & Mixed Leaf Salad

Cherry Tomato, Courgette & Sage Pizza

with Pear & Mixed Leaf Salad

Garlic-Herb Beef & Crumbly Cheese

with Roast Veggie Couscous & Romesco Sauce

Chicken Tortellini with Bacon Carbonara Sauce

No Prep | Ready in 5 | Serves 1

Sicilian-Style Salmon & Herby Caper Sauce

with Panzanella Salad & Roasted Potatoes

Chicken Alfredo & Fresh Fettuccine with Almonds

Pre-Prepped | Three Steps | Ready in 15

Caramelised Bacon & Mushroom Risotto

with Apple & Walnut Salad

Creamy Bacon & Roast Pumpkin Ravioli with Cherry Tomatoes

Pre-Prepped | Three Steps | Ready in 15

Caesar-Style Chicken & Bacon Burger

with Oregano Wedges, Caramelised Onion & Peppercorn Mayo

Baked Mushroom Risotto

with Rocket & Apple Salad

Steak, Caramelised Onion & Mushroom Subs

with Ciabatta, Parmesan Fries & Truffle Mayo

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Italian recipes

How to Cook Pasta Recipes Like an Italian

Pasta may seem like a simple enough dish, but the secret to perfecting anthis Italian recipe like our Tuscan Sausage and Pepper Spaghetti is to follow six essential rules.

  1. Add salt but skip the oil. Add about 10g of salt for every liter of cooking water. Salt brings out the flavor of the pasta and stops it from sticking together. Oil, on the other hand, prevents the sauce from sticking to the pasta once cooked and is never added to the cooking water in traditional Italian recipes.
  2. Wait for the water to boil. The water should be boiling rapidly before adding salt. This is because salt lowers the boiling point of water and will result in under-cooked pasta if added too early. Once you’ve added the salt, wait one minute before adding the pasta.
  3. Never break the pasta in two. It doesn’t matter how long the spaghetti is, if you’re going to do the traditional Italian recipe justice you should never snap the pasta before cooking. Instead, use a large pot and very carefully guide the pasta into the boiling water until it’s fully submerged.
  4. Give the pasta a stir. Once submerged, gently stir the pasta with a fork to prevent it from sticking together. This will allow the pasta to cook evenly.
  5. Save some of the cooking water. Save ¼ cup of the starchy cooking water and add it to the pasta sauce before draining the pasta. This will not only thicken the sauce but enhance the flavor, too.
  6. Serve it al dente. The perfect pasta is served still slightly undercooked, or al dente. The chewy texture means the pasta takes longer to digest, leaving you fuller for longer – although if you follow these tips you’ll likely be back for seconds in no time!

#FreshTips

Italian recipes

How to Cook Pasta Recipes Like an Italian

Pasta may seem like a simple enough dish, but the secret to perfecting anthis Italian recipe like our Tuscan Sausage and Pepper Spaghetti is to follow six essential rules.

  1. Add salt but skip the oil. Add about 10g of salt for every liter of cooking water. Salt brings out the flavor of the pasta and stops it from sticking together. Oil, on the other hand, prevents the sauce from sticking to the pasta once cooked and is never added to the cooking water in traditional Italian recipes.
  2. Wait for the water to boil. The water should be boiling rapidly before adding salt. This is because salt lowers the boiling point of water and will result in under-cooked pasta if added too early. Once you’ve added the salt, wait one minute before adding the pasta.
  3. Never break the pasta in two. It doesn’t matter how long the spaghetti is, if you’re going to do the traditional Italian recipe justice you should never snap the pasta before cooking. Instead, use a large pot and very carefully guide the pasta into the boiling water until it’s fully submerged.
  4. Give the pasta a stir. Once submerged, gently stir the pasta with a fork to prevent it from sticking together. This will allow the pasta to cook evenly.
  5. Save some of the cooking water. Save ¼ cup of the starchy cooking water and add it to the pasta sauce before draining the pasta. This will not only thicken the sauce but enhance the flavor, too.
  6. Serve it al dente. The perfect pasta is served still slightly undercooked, or al dente. The chewy texture means the pasta takes longer to digest, leaving you fuller for longer – although if you follow these tips you’ll likely be back for seconds in no time!

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