10 Italian Recipes with Parsley

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.Sicilian Ribeye Steak by Billy Parisi
1. Sicilian Ribeye with Caramelized Mushrooms
Sicilian Ribeye Steak
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.
2. Spicy Shrimp Scampi with Crostini
Spicy Shrimp Scampi with Crostini
Having dinner guests this weekend? Try this quick and easy shrimp scampi recipe and wow your guests. It's the perfect communal dish served with crostini.
3. Meatballs Cortinese Style
Meatballs Cortinese Style
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.
4. Radish Salad with Truffle Oil and Pecorino Cheese
Radish Salad & Truffle Oil
This wonderful, fresh radish salad with truffle oil is perfect to serve on a cold winter's evening. It is incredibly healthy, deliciously peppery, and great for a vegetarian guest. Join Chef Joanne Cooke, as she introduces you to this "Cicchetti" or side dish from Venice, in this Grokker Premium Video.
5. The Best Meat Lasagna
The Best Meat Lasagna
Homemade Italian Lasagna Bolognese is the perfect Italian comfort food for Sunday dinner. It feeds a crowd, can be made in advance and is really one of the most delicious combinations of a delicious homemade bolognese or marinara sauce and pasta. Lasagna (also spelled Lasagne), is literally a meal all by itself. But no Italian dinner would be complete without all of the trimmings of an antipasto, delicious salads, wine and family and friends. Enjoy it anyway you like, but please, make your own. You'll be so glad you did.
6. Michael Symon's Mom's Lasagna
Michael Symon's Mom's Lasagna
Delicious recipe handed down to Chef Michael Symon that you have to try now! It's a classic lasagna with the heart and soul of Michael Symon's mother.
7. Ham & Cheese Crocche
Ham & Cheese Crocche
These delicious potato croquettes or crocche di patate are stuffed with a smokey cheese and ham filling and make the perfect snack or finger food for a party. Watch Stefano Borella in this Grokker Premium video as he shares some of his favorite recipes from Italy's Amalfi Coast.
8. Chianti-Braised Short Ribs with Gremolata
Chianti-Braised Short Rib
Incredibly easy to prepare, the key is the Italian red wine that adds depth of flavor to this simply satisfying beef recipe. By marinating the short ribs over night and then slowly cooking over a low flame with fresh vegetables, the result is succulent meat that literally falls off the bone. Topped with Italian Gremolata, meyer lemon, and Parmigiano Reggiano, this inspired dish from Wine Country Chef Eric Lee will please and impress. For more Grokker Premium videos from Chef Eric, check out his Profile page.
9. Ricotta Gnocchi with Blue Cheese Fonduta
Rustic Ricotta Gnocchi
This beautiful "soft as a pillow" Gnocchi is a very rustic Italian favorite. Wine Chef Eric Lee shows how to get it fluffy and perfect while adding incredible flavors of brussels sprout, leek, butternut squash, and ricotta. Topped with an Italian blue cheese recipe called Fonduta. Watch all of the Grokker Premium videos in the Winter Wine Country collection.
10. Modern Pork Ragu
Modern Pork Ragu
A modern take on an Italian classic with his recipe for Pork Ragu with bitter chicory leaves and fresh oregano in this Grokker Premium video of Chef Josh Posner. This easy meal can be served with pasta or on its own, and the slow cooked meat is a great way to use parsley stalks. Chef Josh serves up his dish with chicory (endive), lemon zest, and fresh oregano leaves for a delicate and aromatic plate.
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