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10 Iconic Italian Dishes Everyone Should be Able to Make (Slideshow)

10 Iconic Italian Dishes Everyone Should be Able to Make (Slideshow)

Iconic Italian and Italian-American dishes for every occasion

Baked Ziti

Lasagna

Pasta Bolognese

“This recipe is a truly classic Italian dish,” writes special contributor to The Daily Meal Molly Aronica, “and like any traditional recipe should be, this one was passed down to me by my father. The key to this meat sauce is to follow the process and build layers of flavor as you go. Start with the aromatics, and then add the seasonings, then the meat, then the tomatoes, and so on.”

Click here to try Molly’s Pasta Bolognese Recipe

Minestrone

Minestrone soup is an easy and delicious way to stay warm in the winter months; while at the same time simple enough to make that it can be re-invented in a variety of ways. This Red, White, and Bean Minestrone Recipe is a unique take on an Italian classic.

Click here to try the Red, White, and Bean Minestrone Recipe

Fettuccine Alfredo

Chicken Parmigiana

Pasta Primavera

Pizza Margherita

Spaghetti alla Carbonara

“This pasta is from the region of Lazio, around Rome.” writes special contributor Cesare Casella. “It may be made with either pancetta or guanciale. Both are cured pork products: pancetta is made from the pork belly, guanciale from pork jowl.”

Click here to try Cesare's Carbonara Recipe

Spaghetti with Meatballs


The 10 recipes everyone should master

The classic omelet: salmon omelet. Photo: Marina Oliphant

The line-up

The challenge

THESE 10 recipes could change your life for the better, giving you confidence in the kitchen and comfort at the table. They will help you win friends and influence people. Who needs social media hashtags when you can make the perfect #tartetatin?

We're not talking about one-night-only show-off cooking, such as whipping up Peter Gilmore's snow egg dessert, or Tetsuya Wakuda's perfect confit of ocean trout. We're talking about recipes that we should all know inside out and upside down, recipes our parents should have taught us, and we should teach our children - and our partners. These are the mother recipes, the ones you want to cook time and again, the ones that pass on the skills, techniques and accumulated instinct that is the foundation of good cooking.


The 10 recipes everyone should master

The classic omelet: salmon omelet. Photo: Marina Oliphant

The line-up

The challenge

THESE 10 recipes could change your life for the better, giving you confidence in the kitchen and comfort at the table. They will help you win friends and influence people. Who needs social media hashtags when you can make the perfect #tartetatin?

We're not talking about one-night-only show-off cooking, such as whipping up Peter Gilmore's snow egg dessert, or Tetsuya Wakuda's perfect confit of ocean trout. We're talking about recipes that we should all know inside out and upside down, recipes our parents should have taught us, and we should teach our children - and our partners. These are the mother recipes, the ones you want to cook time and again, the ones that pass on the skills, techniques and accumulated instinct that is the foundation of good cooking.


The 10 recipes everyone should master

The classic omelet: salmon omelet. Photo: Marina Oliphant

The line-up

The challenge

THESE 10 recipes could change your life for the better, giving you confidence in the kitchen and comfort at the table. They will help you win friends and influence people. Who needs social media hashtags when you can make the perfect #tartetatin?

We're not talking about one-night-only show-off cooking, such as whipping up Peter Gilmore's snow egg dessert, or Tetsuya Wakuda's perfect confit of ocean trout. We're talking about recipes that we should all know inside out and upside down, recipes our parents should have taught us, and we should teach our children - and our partners. These are the mother recipes, the ones you want to cook time and again, the ones that pass on the skills, techniques and accumulated instinct that is the foundation of good cooking.


The 10 recipes everyone should master

The classic omelet: salmon omelet. Photo: Marina Oliphant

The line-up

The challenge

THESE 10 recipes could change your life for the better, giving you confidence in the kitchen and comfort at the table. They will help you win friends and influence people. Who needs social media hashtags when you can make the perfect #tartetatin?

We're not talking about one-night-only show-off cooking, such as whipping up Peter Gilmore's snow egg dessert, or Tetsuya Wakuda's perfect confit of ocean trout. We're talking about recipes that we should all know inside out and upside down, recipes our parents should have taught us, and we should teach our children - and our partners. These are the mother recipes, the ones you want to cook time and again, the ones that pass on the skills, techniques and accumulated instinct that is the foundation of good cooking.


The 10 recipes everyone should master

The classic omelet: salmon omelet. Photo: Marina Oliphant

The line-up

The challenge

THESE 10 recipes could change your life for the better, giving you confidence in the kitchen and comfort at the table. They will help you win friends and influence people. Who needs social media hashtags when you can make the perfect #tartetatin?

We're not talking about one-night-only show-off cooking, such as whipping up Peter Gilmore's snow egg dessert, or Tetsuya Wakuda's perfect confit of ocean trout. We're talking about recipes that we should all know inside out and upside down, recipes our parents should have taught us, and we should teach our children - and our partners. These are the mother recipes, the ones you want to cook time and again, the ones that pass on the skills, techniques and accumulated instinct that is the foundation of good cooking.


The 10 recipes everyone should master

The classic omelet: salmon omelet. Photo: Marina Oliphant

The line-up

The challenge

THESE 10 recipes could change your life for the better, giving you confidence in the kitchen and comfort at the table. They will help you win friends and influence people. Who needs social media hashtags when you can make the perfect #tartetatin?

We're not talking about one-night-only show-off cooking, such as whipping up Peter Gilmore's snow egg dessert, or Tetsuya Wakuda's perfect confit of ocean trout. We're talking about recipes that we should all know inside out and upside down, recipes our parents should have taught us, and we should teach our children - and our partners. These are the mother recipes, the ones you want to cook time and again, the ones that pass on the skills, techniques and accumulated instinct that is the foundation of good cooking.


The 10 recipes everyone should master

The classic omelet: salmon omelet. Photo: Marina Oliphant

The line-up

The challenge

THESE 10 recipes could change your life for the better, giving you confidence in the kitchen and comfort at the table. They will help you win friends and influence people. Who needs social media hashtags when you can make the perfect #tartetatin?

We're not talking about one-night-only show-off cooking, such as whipping up Peter Gilmore's snow egg dessert, or Tetsuya Wakuda's perfect confit of ocean trout. We're talking about recipes that we should all know inside out and upside down, recipes our parents should have taught us, and we should teach our children - and our partners. These are the mother recipes, the ones you want to cook time and again, the ones that pass on the skills, techniques and accumulated instinct that is the foundation of good cooking.


The 10 recipes everyone should master

The classic omelet: salmon omelet. Photo: Marina Oliphant

The line-up

The challenge

THESE 10 recipes could change your life for the better, giving you confidence in the kitchen and comfort at the table. They will help you win friends and influence people. Who needs social media hashtags when you can make the perfect #tartetatin?

We're not talking about one-night-only show-off cooking, such as whipping up Peter Gilmore's snow egg dessert, or Tetsuya Wakuda's perfect confit of ocean trout. We're talking about recipes that we should all know inside out and upside down, recipes our parents should have taught us, and we should teach our children - and our partners. These are the mother recipes, the ones you want to cook time and again, the ones that pass on the skills, techniques and accumulated instinct that is the foundation of good cooking.


The 10 recipes everyone should master

The classic omelet: salmon omelet. Photo: Marina Oliphant

The line-up

The challenge

THESE 10 recipes could change your life for the better, giving you confidence in the kitchen and comfort at the table. They will help you win friends and influence people. Who needs social media hashtags when you can make the perfect #tartetatin?

We're not talking about one-night-only show-off cooking, such as whipping up Peter Gilmore's snow egg dessert, or Tetsuya Wakuda's perfect confit of ocean trout. We're talking about recipes that we should all know inside out and upside down, recipes our parents should have taught us, and we should teach our children - and our partners. These are the mother recipes, the ones you want to cook time and again, the ones that pass on the skills, techniques and accumulated instinct that is the foundation of good cooking.


The 10 recipes everyone should master

The classic omelet: salmon omelet. Photo: Marina Oliphant

The line-up

The challenge

THESE 10 recipes could change your life for the better, giving you confidence in the kitchen and comfort at the table. They will help you win friends and influence people. Who needs social media hashtags when you can make the perfect #tartetatin?

We're not talking about one-night-only show-off cooking, such as whipping up Peter Gilmore's snow egg dessert, or Tetsuya Wakuda's perfect confit of ocean trout. We're talking about recipes that we should all know inside out and upside down, recipes our parents should have taught us, and we should teach our children - and our partners. These are the mother recipes, the ones you want to cook time and again, the ones that pass on the skills, techniques and accumulated instinct that is the foundation of good cooking.


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