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This simple recipe takes only 10 minutes to prepare, and then everything is roasted together in the oven - a perfect weeknight meal for busy families, or an easy dish for entertaining.
This cabbage dish makes a comforting entrée. If you have leftovers, chop up the cabbage and sausages, add a bit of chicken stock and create a flavorful “sauce” for any cut pasta variety of choice. Far an added treat, top with grated Parmigiano Reggiano for any application.
This simple dish of grilled sausage and vegetables, dressed lightly with olive oil and balsamic vinegar, makes for an exquisite and colorful presentation - perfect for entertaining.
This recipe is a tribute to Rao’s, Frank Isernio's favorite restaurant in Las Vegas, and in his opinion, one of the best southern Italian restaurants in the country. This recipe is his version of Chicken Scarpariello, inspired by Rao’s.
This is a rich and filling entrée. Served 9 family members and had leftovers!
Serves 10 as a main course
Meatballs can be served by themselves as appetizers, or simmer in your favorite tomato sauce for at least a half hour to infuse the sauce with flavor from the meatballs. Serve meatballs and sauce over al-dente cooked pasta.
Stuffing pork roast with pork sausage is a pairing made in heaven. The boneless pork butt is particularly good for this preparation due to its juiciness and flavor. If a leaner roast is desired, however, pork loin can be used.
Sausage with Cavolo Nero (Lacinato Kale) is very hearty and delicious. This is our favorite kind of Kale.
“When I was growing up, my mom would always ask what she could cook for me on my birthday. Almost always I asked for Braciole served with pasta. Sausage is a perfect companion for this classic dish. Ask your butcher to slice the meat thinly, about ½”. Then pound it yourself, being careful not to tear the meat. Enjoy this hearty dish with your family, and think of how much I enjoyed it when my mom cooked it for me.” Frank Isernio
For many Southern Italian families the world over, Sunday is not Sunday without this sauce. This is the way we like to do it. Treat your family and friends to this classic.
Brined Turkey with Sausage Stuffing
Double this recipe to stuff chicken; quadruple recipe to stuff a 12-15 lb. turkey. Also excellent as stuffing for roast pork or thick-cut pork chops.