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Unusual Italian Recipes - New Italian Dishes

Brilliant Italian Dishes You Haven't Tried Before


If you're looking for a stunningly delicious vegan holiday appetizer, this healthy combination of eggplant, peppers, and tomatoes is a tasty hit served on party toasts or scooped up with crackers.

Sauteed Eggplant Peppers and Tomatoes - olive oil, eggplant, salt & pepper, onion, red bell peppers, tomatoes, garlic cloves, paprika, turmeric, tomato sauce, water, green onions, fresh parsley, fresh cilantro

Carrots are often paired with spice yet here's one twist (no pun intended) you probably haven't tried before. It uses sweet root vegetables as the vehicle for a kicky arrabbiata sauce, spiked with crushed red pepper and brightened up with fresh basil.


Baked Potato Chips

Potato crisps you make yourself taste more, well, potatoey; they're also slightly thicker and way better for you. The dip gets deep, authentic flavor from fresh herbs (parsley, rosemary) and Parmesan (and you can use plain yogurt or sour cream for the base).


Marinated Corn Salad with Tomatoes

Marinated Corn Salad - Garden fresh corn, sweet bell peppers, tomatoes and some red onion, combine with a sweet and sour vinegar and oil dressing for a wonderful summer salad!


Lentil and Roasted Red Pepper Salad with Yogurt Sauce

Pair softened Puy or black lentils with roasted red peppers and creamy yogurt.


Heirloom Tomatoes with Gin, Juniper, Basil, and Black Bread

Fans of the tomato-basil pairing (and who isn't one when both are at peak freshness?) should try this stepped-up version: a combination of the two with shallots, garlic and a generous splash of high-quality gin.


Pork Scaloppine

A Fresh Stovetop Pork Dinner (That's Healthier, Too)


Crispy Salmon with Dill Pickled Onions Recipe

Pickling vegetables on a weeknight may sound like a bit much, but Donna Hay has a simple solution to make it a no-brainer: place thinly sliced red onions in a bowl with lemon juice, sugar, dill, salt and pepper and let them pickle while you cook the rest of the dinner.


Everyone Should Eat at This Food Truck (and Not Just for the Food)

Jordyn Lexton calls her rolling kitchen a "food truck for social justice."