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|Adventures in Italian Wine||p. 7|
|Soup, Rice & Polenta||p. 118|
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When I first arrived in Emilia-Romagna, I was shocked to see lasagne made so simply. Then I tried the dish and was surprised at how truly delicious it tasted. It is almost a miracle how a few such simple ingredients can create such a complex symphony of flavors.
Makes 8 servings2 1/2 pounds Green Pasta Dough (page 196)
This simple classic is often interpreted to include anything from bacon to zucchini, all of which may be good but are not traditional. The hero in this game is the brief cooking time, which results in calamari with a silken, tender texture, complemented but not overpowered by the slightly spicy tomato sauce.
Makes 6 servings1/2 cup extra-virgin olive oil
This Canzanese recipe is anything but a peasant dish, with the prosciutto and wine -- it probably descended from Spanish royalty, long-time tenants in and around Napoli.
Makes 4 servingsTwo 3-pound chickens, cut into 8 serving pieces each
Excerpted from Molto Italiano: 327 Simple Italian Recipes to Cook at Home by Mario Batali
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