Olive Oil

10 Italian Recipes with Olive Oil

Drew Glover • March 17, 2015
Did you know that Italian pasta varieties all originated in different villages in medieval Italy? Through the ages Italians have retained a sense of localism in their dishes that is all about food fresh out of the earth, off the tree, and from the farm.How To Make Simple And Easy Tomato Pizza Sauce
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1. How To Make Simple And Easy Tomato Pizza Sauce
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Basic Tomato Pizza Sauce Recipe. Ideal for pizza toppings or for pasta dishes, this classic tomato sauce is quick and easy to make and simply delicious.
2. Sicilian Ribeye with Caramelized Mushrooms
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The ribeye is one of the most naturally flavorful cuts of meat. In this Grokker Premium video, discover all about the ribeye and how to make an insanely delicious Sicilian style ribeye steak. Chef Billy Parisi shares his marinade that has the perfect mixture of herbs and spices for this steak. Learn all you need to know about meat by watching all of Billy's videos in the Prime Cut series.
3. Sweet Corn Polenta with Ratatouille
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Need a summer stew that is fresh and simple? This French style ratatouille dish made with fresh corn polenta, squash, eggplants, tomatoes, capers, garlic, and raisins is just perfet! Chef Staffan Terje shares his take on a classic dish in this Grokker Premium video.
4. Italian Farrotto with Wild Mushrooms and Spinach
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Farro is an ancient wheat that is a great alternative to risotto. In this Grokker Premium video Chef Staffan Terje will show you how to make a delicious dish of farro, wild mushrooms, spinach, shallots, garlic, butter and parmesan. Buono Appetito!
5. Cotechino Sausage and Braised Lentils
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Braised lentils, golden rush apples, Italian cotechino sausage, and chives are all cooked together in one delicious pot and then topped with zesty bergamot juice. Traditionally served in Italy at New Year, join Chef Josh Posner as he recreates this recipe in this Grokker Premium video, part of his Seasonal Nosh collection.
6. Venetian Sole in Agrodolce Sauce
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This traditional Venetian sole in agrodolce, is often eaten at the Redentore festival during summer. The sweetness of the sultanas and the onions is the perfect counter point to the sourness of the white wine vinegar, and the tender flesh of the fish, making this perfect for any summer meal. Join Chef Joanne Cooke, as she introduces you to this "Cicchetti" or side dish from Venice, in this Grokker Premium Video.
7. Crostini Four Ways
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Crostini are the prefect way to kick off any dinner party, and in this video Joanne introduces you to four different options. From delicious crab crostini with her secret ingredient of dijon mustard, to a fresh broad bean and ricotta crostini, these are sure to delight all of your guests. Join Chef Joanne Cooke, as she introduces you to this "Cicchetti" or side dish from Venice, in this Grokker Premium Video.
8. How to Make Baked Penne with Italian Sausage
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Watch how to make a quick-and-easy baked pasta with Italian sausage in a rich tomato sauce. This cheesy baked casserole is always a crowd-pleaser.
9. Italian John Dory with Orange and Red Peppercorns
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This delicious and light fish dish combines a balanced mix of herbs with the very unexpected taste of red peppercorns. Made beautiful on the plate by the blood orange, enjoy this classic Venetian favorite and join Joanne Cooke in this Grokker Premium video as you discover her brilliant ciccheti recipes.
10. Meatballs Cortinese Style
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These Cortinese style meatballs use parsley and fresh breadcrumbs to give them their authentic Italian flavor. They are quick and easy to make, absolutely delicious, and just like grandma would have made. Join Joanne Cooke, as she takes you on a journey through the cicchetti of Venice, in this Grokker Premium Video.
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