Lidia bastianich eggplant and rice parmigiana

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Lidias Favorite Recipes: 100 Foolproof Italian Dishes, from Basic Sauces to Irresistible Entrees by Lidia Matticchio Bastianich

Lidia Bastianich—one of the most beloved chefs and authors in America—presents her most accessible and affordable cookbook to date, a gathering of the recipes that have become her go-to meals for her very own family. But these are not only Lidia’s personal favorites; this book is a love letter to her fans. Here, she is giving us the recipes for dishes that you have raved and written about over and over—the best, the most comforting, and the most delicious dishes in her repertoire.

     In Lidia’s Favorite Recipes, you’ll find a fresh take on more than 100 of Lidia’s signature and irresistibly reliable dishes, including:

·         Fried Mozzarella Skewers—Spiedini alla Romana
·         Escarole and White Bean Soup—Zuppa di Scarola e Cannellini
·         Ziti with Broccoli Rabe and Sausage—Ziti con Broccoli Rabe e Salsicce
·         Baked Stuffed Shells—Conchiglie Ripiene al Forno
·         Eggplant Parmigiana—Melanzane alla Parmigiana
·         Savory Seafood Stew—Zuppa di Pesce  
·         Chicken Cacciatore—Pollo alla Cacciatore        
·         Veal Ossobuco with Barley Risotto—Ossobuco di Vitello con Risotto d’Orzo
·         Cannoli Napoleon—Cannolo a Strati      
·         Limoncello Tiramisù—Tiramisù al Limoncello

From the classic sauces to the delicious desserts, these recipes have been revised and updated to be more concise and clear, but just as soul-satisfying as ever. With new information about the affordability, seasonality, and nutritional value of the ingredients, this book shows there is no question why these dishes are the easiest and most enjoyable to bring to the family table for your most memorable moments. Beautifully illustrated throughout with full-color photographs, Lidia’s Favorite Recipes will give both new cooks and longtime fans something extraordinary to celebrate. 
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Stuffed Eggplant Recipe

Lidia Bastianich

Eggplant Parmigiana Printable version. Preparation Preheat the oven to degrees. Trim the stems and ends from the eggplants. Remove strips of peel about 1 inch wide from the eggplants, leaving about half the peel intact. Sprinkle with the 1 tablespoon salt, and let drain for 1 hour.

Post a Comment. Friday, January 16, Eggplant and Rice Parmigiana. Eggplant and Rice Parmigiana. Notes: Plan ahead — the rice needs to cook and cool before proceeding. If desired, a layer of cooked and crumbled hot or mild Italian sausage may be added.

Lidia grew up behind the Iron Curtain in Pola, a small city on the southern tip of the Istrian Peninsula. Communists changed our last name. They took away our religion; I even had to be baptized in secret! In , Lidia and her family escaped across the border to Trieste, Italy, where they spent two years in the refugee camp of the Risiera di San Sabba, grim barracks that used to be Nazi concentration camp. During her time there, Lidia helped the nuns of the school she attended by cooking in the kitchen — her first taste of working in a big commercial kitchen. Finally, in , sponsored by Catholic Charities, the family boarded a plane to New York. Lidia vividly remembers the kindness they received when arriving in America.

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  1. Eggplant and Rice Parmigiana: serves: 8. Everybody seems to like eggplant parmigiana, but in this recipe, a layer of cooked rice is added as the layers of eggplant are assembled. Bastianich, Lidia. Lidia's Commonsense Italian Cooking pg.

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