This was a good year in the DeLallo kitchen. We worked hard to create delectable new dishes, partnered with favorite food bloggers to get their take on pasta night recipes and we even spent time in Italy making time-honored classics. If you’re looking for a delicious recipe to try in the New Year, check out this round-up of our most liked recipes on Instagram. From classics like shrimp scampi to hearty pumpkin gnocchi soup, our followers have spoken and these are 10 dishes you don’t want to miss!
This elegant go-to Italian dish is easy to make, even if you’re a novice in the kitchen. All it takes is a few simple ingredients to make a light, buttery sauce for your shrimp. Toss it with a pile of al dente long-cut pasta (we recommend linguine) and you have a delicious dinner in minutes!
Risotto is basically the definition of comfort food with all the creamy, cheesy textures you can handle in every bite. This recipe is brimming with bold flavors to complement the hearty texture, thanks to tangy balsamic glaze, sweet butternut squash and sharp Asiago cheese.
We combine pureed pumpkin with our homemade potato gnocchi kit to make the perfect cold weather dish. Once you make your potato gnocchi, toss it in a butter sage sauce and top it with fresh grated Parmesan and balsamic vinegar for a rich combination of delicious flavors.
It’s time to trade in your standard appetizer recipes for this easy and elegant starter. We put a twist on the standard antipasto spread with a creamy goat cheese dip, a drizzle of avocado oil and your favorite DeLallo antipasti.
Brought to you by one of our favorite food bloggers, this mushroom pasta by What’s Gaby Cooking is perfect for mushroom lovers! Start by making a creamy sauce with crimini, shiitake and morel mushrooms. Toss our linguine in your sauce and add some fresh herbs, and you have a unique and crowd-pleasing dinner on the table.
If you want to try an authentic Italian classic, Ribollita Toscana is a great place to start. This simple soup is made with cannellini beans, kale, tomatoes, dried bread and a soffritto of garlic and vegetables. Give your soup plenty of time to simmer, as this will allow the flavors to develop. Serve with Chianti and an assortment of olives for a true Italian meal!
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