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  • fbarton

    Clearly written instructions, I'll try it out. Thanks.

    on Basic Risotto (modular)
  • alicetwain

    Italians eat modularly, when we have full meals they are not based on a main dish, they are based on two separate servings (both far smaller than a main dish portion of food!): a pasta/risotto/soup/polenta primo, followed by a vegetable, meat, fish or egg secondo. if you want to stick to Italian ways, serve the two (risotto and casserole/stew) separately and in sequence, adding a vegetable side to the casserole, served separately too but at the same time (it could be as simple as a vegetable salad).

    on Basic Risotto (modular)
  • yongfook

    Just add leftover stew / casserole for an instant meal.

    on Basic Risotto (modular)
  • alicetwain

    Beware, this is the Pugliese recipe, while the Sopranos family coes from elsewhere in Italy (either Sicily or Naples, but they seem more like Sicilian mafiosi than Neapolitan camorristi): their recipe is likely very, very different from the one here above. probably their recipe is more similar to anelletti alla palermitana or to pasta 'ncaciata.

    on Ziti al forno
  • theory

    Awesome. I had been wondering exactly what Baked Ziti was ever since I started watching The Sopranos. Last week I finally googled it and was going to try and make it, but this recipe blows the one I found out of the water. Looks fantastic too. Love the photo.

    on Ziti al forno
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