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How to make pizza with store bought dough

Pizza made with Store-Bought Dough

AMAZING ARTISAN PIZZA MADE WITH STORE-BOUGHT DOUGH Many of you have requested this and now that I’ve mastered it, there’s no keeping a secret any longer. While I love making incredible pizza dough from scratch, you might be surprised to learn you can find quality store-bought pizza dough in store and it will allow you …

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amazing pistachio lemon shrimp pasta

Lemon Shrimp Pasta Sauce

HOW TO MAKE MY SIGNATURE LEMON SHRIMP PASTA SAUCE Indulge in the irresistible flavors of Vincenzo’s latest culinary masterpiece – a unique pasta dish that will tantalize your taste buds and leave you yearning for more. This exquisite recipe combines succulent shrimp, tangy lemon, and crispy pistachios, perfectly mixed with tagliatelle pasta and a secret …

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How to make Arrabbiata Pasta

Penne all’Arrabbiata

PENNE ALL’ARRABBIATA: How To Make The Angry Spicy Pasta Take a trip to Rome without leaving your kitchen with this rustic, spicy Penne all’Arrabbiata recipe. Made with fresh chilies, garlic, chopped parsley and tomato sugo, this classic Roman pasta is sure to satisfy your cravings for authentic Italian goodness. The fiery hot sauce is made …

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How to make Spaghetti alla Carrettiera

Spaghetti alla Carrettiera

SPAGHETTI ALLA CARRETTIERA Spaghetti alla Carrettiera recipe is  the Sicily’s version of the classic Aglio, Olio e Peperoncino dish-mainly because almost all the ingredients are identical, but it has a few twists that make it stand apart and the way it is prepared might just surprise you. What is most interesting is that the “sauce” …

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How to make Pasta alla Buttera

Pasta alla Buttera

PASTA ALLA BUTTERA Craving a spicy pasta dish? Try this Tuscan pasta all buttera. It’s a hearty pasta, said to have originated in the coastal town of Maremma, where cowboys worked the land. They raised cattle and couldn’t afford to use beef in cooking, so the original recipe used wild boar. For a more accessible …

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Quick Egg Fried Rice Recipe

Egg Fried Rice Recipe

EGG FRIED RICE After recently disappointing Uncle Roger when he challenged me to make egg fried rice, I called  upon the best in the business: Marion Grasby. Egg fried rice is such a beautiful, simple recipe but it’s important to keep it authentic. With Marion’s help, we may have just unlocked the key to best …

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Pasta alla Zozzona recipe

Pasta alla Zozzona

PASTA ALLA ZOZZONA It’s time to get down and dirty with Rome’s famous “dirty pasta,” Pasta alla Zozzona. It’s the cousin of Carbonara and the brother-in-law of Amatriciana, the best of both worlds. This dish isn’t well known outside of Rome, which is why your friends will think you’re a genius for making it. Pasta …

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How to make bucatini all'amatriciana

Bucatini all’Amatriciana

BUCATINI ALL’AMATRICIANA Romans have a way with pasta, making so many incredible recipes. But one of my favorites is Bucatini all’Amatriciana. Amatriciana is cooked with the amazing flavors of guanciale, tomato sauce, pecorino romano cheese, and the bucatini pasta is perfect for it. This pasta noodle has a hole running through the middle to soak …

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How to make Pasta alla Gricia

Pasta alla Gricia recipe

PASTA ALLA GRICIA Spaghetti alla Gricia is one of the oldest pasta dishes in Roman history! It uses pecorino romano and guanciale to create a mouthwatering flavor. My favourite way to describe it is as the love child of Carbonara and Cacio e Pepe. And dare I say, it might just be creamier! On my …

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How to make Cacio e Pepe

Cacio e Pepe Recipe

CACIO E PEPE PASTA For all the cheese lovers out there, I have the perfect dish for you: cacio e pepe. Put simply, cacio e pepe translates to “cheese and pepper” and is a classic Roman dish. One of the creamiest pasta dishes, the texture is thanks to the star of the show, the pecorino …

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