The Healthy Italian is more than just a cookbook. What makes it extra special – besides the fact that it’s packed with delicious authentic Italian recipes made healthy, pages and pages of mouth-watering photography and tons of tips to get meals on the table easier – is that this project is a personal passion. Growing up Italian, food has always been at the epicentre of author Fina Scroppo’s life. Today, as a busy mom and passionate home cook, she leans on what she knows best – Italian food.
Place all ingredients except pine nuts and paprika into the bowl of a food processer and whirl for about 10 minutes or until smooth. To serve, top dip with pine nuts and a dash of paprika and serve with fresh vegetables, whole-grain crostini, crackers or pita wedges. 1 can (28 oz/796 mL) no-salt-added whole peeled tomatoes with liquid, choppedBring a large pot of water to a boil. Cook pasta al dente according to package directions.
If you thought the words “healthy” and “Italian food” could never be spoken in the same (garlic) breath, you’re SO in for a treat! Fina’s scrumptious, colorful and good-for-you creations are a feast for your eyes and taste buds. Chow…bella! — JANET PODLESKI, bestselling co-author of The Looneyspoons Collection and Eat, Shrink & Be Merry! The Healthy Italian cookbook ties in two of my favorite things – delicious-tasting food and good health! I highly recommend this book!
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