Easy Italian Recipes – Quick and Delicious For the whole Family

Do you want easy Italian recipes that you could cook up fast which are delicious and inexpensive? Here are three very easy Italian recipes that not require enough time to get ready and only use several things that you may have readily available.

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This is actually the beauty of Italian cooking. You certainly do not need a huge amount of ingredients to cook up a delicious meal. The main element with cooking great Italian food is by using fresh quality ingredients, like fresh herbs and fine essential olive oil. And the main most significant ingredient in virtually any kind of cooking is needless to say, Love!


This is a great recipe for marinara sauce using canned tomatoes. This marinara sauce is delicious over your preferred pasta, along with pizza and over mussels and shrimp. The beauty of the sauce is that it may be used with a great many other recipes, so it’s an excellent starting place in Italian Cooking, in fact, it is very easy to create.

Shrimp Salad

You may use either fresh or canned plum tomatoes because of this recipe, however using fresh tomatoes requires additional time and preparation, so I would rather use canned. Should you choose to anticipate using fresh tomatoes, be sure the tomatoes are ripe and in season.

For the canned tomatoes, I favor Rienzi brand tomatoes. I’ve tried a variety of brands of canned tomatoes and Rienzi gets the best flavor between the supermarket brands, for me.

Marinara Sauce Ingredients:

1/4 cup extra virgin essential olive oil

4 garlic cloves, peeled and chopped (Pretty much depending on just how much you prefer garlic)

1 35 ounce can of whole plum tomatoes with liquid

Salt to taste

Crushed red pepper to taste (You may use black pepper if you want)

10 – 12 fresh basil leaves , torn

1/2 teaspoon of dried oregano


1) Open your can of tomatoes and crush them yourself right into a bowl and reserve.

2) Heat the essential olive oil in a big saucepan over medium heat. Add your garlic to the oil and cook until soft and lightly browned. Make sure to watch the garlic to ensure it generally does not burn.

4) Carefully add the tomatoes with their liquid in to the pan with the garlic and oil. Be careful when adding the tomatoes to the hot oil. The oil can splatter. Add the oregano.

5) Stir the mixture and bring to a boil. Season with some salt and red or black pepper. Lower heat so the sauce is reduced to a simmer. Split up the tomatoes since it cooks with a spoon until your sauce is chunky. You need the sauce to simmer until thickened, about 20 – 25 minutes.

6) Add your fresh basil a couple of minutes prior to the sauce is performed. Taste the sauce and add more pepper or salt if needed.

7) Serve over your preferred pasta.


Let’s learn to make pesto sauce.

That is another super easy and delicious recipe which can be served over your preferred pasta, grilled chicken, mussels or as a topping for pizza. For anybody who would like your basil pesto sauce without pine nuts, it is possible to leave them out or substitute the pine nuts with walnuts.

For a good variation with this recipe, try adding sundried tomatoes to the pesto mixture before blending for a delicious tomato pesto sauce.

This recipe should only be utilized as helpful information. Not everyone gets the same preferences. Some don’t like lots of garlic or essential olive oil flavor for instance, so it’s recommended that you experiment and soon you find the appropriate recipe.

Pesto Sauce Ingredients:

4 cups fresh basil leaves

3/4 cup chopped walnuts or pine nuts (the nuts could be lightly toasted in a dry pan before blending for added flavor)

2 cloves garlic, peeled and chopped (pretty much based on your taste)

1/2 cup of grated Parmesan cheese

1/2 cup of extra virgin essential olive oil

pepper and salt to taste


Add all ingredients to a food processor or blender except essential olive oil. Put in a little oil at the same time and process until sauce reaches desired consistency. Prepared to serve in your preferred dish.


That is another fast and simple Italian recipe with just a few ingredients. It is necessary you don’t burn the garlic with this particular recipe otherwise it’ll become bitter.


1 pound of spaghetti

3 – 4 garlic cloves chopped (pretty much, depending on just how much you prefer garlic)

1/2 cup reserved pasta water

1/4 Cup of Chopped Italian Flat Leaf Parsley

1/4 cup of chopped fresh basil leaves

6 tablespoons of extra virgin essential olive oil

Salt to taste

A pinch of red pepper flakes (pretty much based on how spicy you prefer it)


1) In a big pot, produce 6 quarts of salted water to a rolling boil. Add the pasta and cook for approximately 6 – 8 minutes or until al dente. Drain but be sure you reserve about 1/2 cup of pasta water.

2) As the pasta is cooking, heat 4 tablespoons of essential olive oil over medium heat in a big skillet. Add the saute and garlic until light brown in color. Remember to absorb the garlic to ensure it generally does not burn. Remove from heat.

3) Stir in fresh herbs, red pepper flakes, and few tablespoons of the reserved pasta water. Mix until combined.

4) Transfer the drained pasta to a big serving bowl and mix in the rest of the essential olive oil and pasta water.

5) Add the garlic and herb mixture in to the pasta and mix well.

6) Taste and add salt and red pepper if desired.

7) Serve immediately. Top with grated cheese if desired.

There it is had by you. Three great easy Italian recipes that you could whip up super fast and please everyone. I am hoping you love these easy Italian recipes. Happy Cooking!

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