"22 Recipes for Italian Casseroles" Free eCookbook
The Italians know how to make good food. That's why we thought it would be a great idea to collect some of our best Italian recipes and put them in an eCookbook for you, which you can download for free. You can get access to all 22 Recipes for Italian Casseroles with a touch of a button. How wonderful is that? Discover all kinds of Italian casseroles - from traditional recipes to new ones you've never seen before. They are all in one place for your convenience.
Throughout this eCookbook, 22 Recipes for Italian Casseroles, you'll find a variety of recipes for Italian dishes. We start with some easy Italian recipes. There may be some pasta pies or a pizza-inspired casserole on your dinner menu next week after you finish looking at this chapter. The second chapter focuses on spaghetti. It is the classic type of pasta, after all. You'll learn how to make spaghetti in new ways, not just as spaghetti and meatballs. Speaking of meatballs, our next chapter is devoted to them. We have meatball casseroles both with and without pasta. Our Meatball Sub Casserole (p. 15) is a particular favorite. After you're done perusing the meatball section, you'll find yourself in a world of lasagnas. Meaty lasagnas, mushroom lasagnas, vegetarian lasagnas...we have them all! We conclude with an "other" category. Here, you'll find dishes like classic eggplant parmesan, as well as new creations, such as Baked Caprese (p. 24). If you like what you read so far, keep on reading to learn more about the recipes in each chapter. Then, download your free copy of the 22 Recipes for Italian Casseroles free eCookbook.
22 Recipes for Italian Casseroles
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When you get home after a long day, Italian food is always a good choice for a meal. These easy Italian recipes aren't complicated to make, so you can get dinner on the table without too much hassle. There are quite a few pasta pies in this chapter of 22 Recipes for Italian Casseroles, so if you've never made one before, you are in for a treat. You'll find a rigatoni pie (p. 6), a creative spaghetti and meatball pie (p. 8), and even a noodless pie (p. 10). The recipes in this chapter alone vary enough to keep your stomach satisfied for a week. But, don't stop reading here. There are many more recipes to come in 22 Recipes for Italian Casseroles. Download your very own FREE copy right now.
This wouldn't be an Italian eCookbook without a few spaghetti recipes. These spaghetti casseroles are fun to make because they vary from your typical spaghetti and meatballs dish. They are baked in the oven, so the sauce and cheese incorporates into everything, resulting in a hot and cheesy meal. Add a side salad and garlic bread, and dinner is all set. Each of these recipes has something unique about it. If you like the flavor of mushrooms, then try Mushroom Spaghetti Casserole (pictured, p. 14). It doesn't call for actual mushrooms, rather cream of mushroom soup. So, even if you don't like eating mushrooms, you may still enjoy this casserole. Another recipe that has a "secret" ingredient is Cream Cheese Spaghetti Dream (p. 13). Obviously, cream cheese is the special ingredient. It makes the dish even creamier. If you'd like to view these recipes, along with plenty of others, download your free copy of the free eCookbook, 22 Recipes for Italian Casseroles.
Meatballs! Meatballs! Get your meatballs! If you're a fan of spaghetti and meatballs (and who isn't?), then you just have to try these other variations. Typically, when you make meatballs, you make a lot. They take a lot of work to make, so it makes sense that you'd want to make a ton to make it worthwhile. The downside is that sometimes you end up with too many meatballs. If you don't want to eat spaghetti and meatballs for three nights in a row, try these pasta-less dishes. One is the Meatball Sub Casserole (pictured, p. 15). Like its name implies, it's a meatball sub in a casserole form. Meatballs, bread, pasta sauce, and mozzarella cheese are the main ingredients. This is a much easier way to make meatball subs for everyone (not to mention it's less messy!). The rest of this chapter includes another pasta-less casserole, a chicken meatball recipe, and baked penne casserole with squash. Each recipe is delicious and just begging to be made. To learn how to make one for dinner this week, download a copy of this free eCookbook, 22 Recipes for Italian Casseroles.
Chapter four deals with lasagna. Meat lovers, vegetarians, and everyone in between will find a great lasagna recipe that's perfect for them. At one end of the spectrum, we have Mom's Meat Lovers' Lasagna (p. 19). It uses both ground beef and sausage, so it's packed with protein. As if that wasn't enough, it uses mozzarella, Colby Jack, and Parmesan instead of the traditional lasagna cheeses. This is one lasagna recipe like you've never had before. Other lasagnas in this free eCookbook, 22 Recipes for Italian Casseroles, use chicken and mushrooms. And let's not forget about vegetarians. Skinny Veggie Lasagna (p. 22) is not only vegetarian, it's good for you, too. Using whole grain noodles, spinach, and veggies of your choice, this Italian dish will fill you up without filling you out. If these lasagna recipes sound good to you and you want other recipes for Italian dishes, then download this free eCookbook, 22 Recipes for Italian Casseroles, today.
Our final chapter contains even more stand-out recipes for Italian casseroles. Among these last few recipes is one you've probably never had in a casserole form: Baked Caprese (pictured, p. 24). If you're a fan of this Italian salad, then you have to try it as a casserole. It uses the classic ingredient combination that's in the salad - tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, and basil - to make a cheesy bake. It's a fun dish to bring to a party or potluck. The other recipes in this chapter are main dishes. You'll find two that use eggplant. Learn how to make Eggplant Parmesan (p. 25) and a homemade Bolognese sauce in your very own kitchen. To do so, just download our free eCookbook, 22 Recipes for Italian Casseroles. There's nothing like hearty, comforting Italian food no matter what time of year it is.
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