Roasted butternut squash and sweet summer tomatoes make this the perfect comfort soup for a chilly winter's night
This dish only takes 20 minutes to make because of the sauces that have already been handcrafted to perfection by us. Shell pasta is ideal because it naturally grabs nice hunky chunks of our thick spicy Tomato 'Nduja.
This pork ragu recipe is deliciously easy, without the extra hours in the kitchen. Just put it in your slow cooker and 4 hours later, you’re ready to eat—no hassle necessary!
Skip the store-bought vegetable broth or having to make it from scratch: 1/2 jar of Nonna’s Leafy Sauce and water does the job deliciously in this hearty soup
Nonna's Smoky Sauce not only adds eggplant and smoky, hearty flavors to this dish, but it also cuts down cooking time by half.
Everyone loves the combo of grilled cheese sandwiches and tomato soup—so why not combine the two in each ooey-gooey bite? The original recipe from Cooking Light calls for fresh basil, garlic and roasted tomatoes.
Chicken, cauliflower, olives, tomatoes, feta — this is a stew of extraordinary flavor and complexity, down to its hints of cinnamon and garlic.
Saganaki, a traditional Greek preparation named after the pan in which it’s prepared, is best served straight from the skillet, with plenty of toasted bread for scooping up the savory tomato sauce
This simple recipe is one of the easiest and most delicious ways to use your Sweet Summer Plum Tomatoes with Fresh Basil. Italians call it (and will always order it as their first dish)
This chilled summer soup couldn't be easier to put together. Nonna's Sweet Sauce lets you have it any time of the year
Whether you're gluten-free or not, this spiralized zucchini 'pasta' dish will satisfy your cravings for a delicious meal
Nonna’s Smoky Sauce gives this hearty beef stew a great base with tons of flavor and depth, true to its Hungarian roots.
This is a fun twist on a southern Italian classic. Same great flavors but without the frying and the breadcrumbs
aka 'Shakshuka', it makes for an easy weeknight dinner or delicious weekend brunch. Substitute with Nonna’s Sweet Sauce for a non-spicy version
Thamma (Bengali for grandma) says red (orange) split lentils cook up more quickly than regular lentils as a result of being smaller and split in half. So don’t overcook!
Whether frying (the traditional way) or browning in the broiler, Nonna’s meatballs are plump, juicy and so tender a spoon can cut right through them
Instead of poaching, you can also grill the shrimp with some EV olive oil and sea salt for a whole different flavor and texture
Find farro al your local specialty grocer. It’s an amazing grain with a delicious nutty flavor
Try substituting the cream with your favorite nut milk... coconut milk pairs amazingly well
Have it hot or cold, as a main dish or as a side... this quick and delish dish is a family pleaser!