19 & # 39; Sopranos & # 39; inspired Italian recipes that Carmela would love

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It took you a while to realize that. "Ricot"Mean ricotta pie and that"gabagool"Is Sicilian snake for capicola, but it did not take a long time to realize how important food is The Sopranos universe. And although we may never know Carmela's long-cherished family recipe secrets, we have found a number of modern takes that do exactly the right things. So collect your goomahs and capos, because these dishes will certainly be a hit – not so – a hit.RELATED: 11 Italian recipes that are 3030-friendlyDo not be afraid of the heat-PureWow Coterie member Jesse Reilly's creamy marsala sauce compensates for the spicy sausage. And if you do it in Soprano style? Combine with a powerful red. (Whether you come from a 1986 stolen crate, Château Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande is up to you.) Download the recipeWhy do we think these meatballs are Soprano family? The bread crumbs. Take the time to find Italian spiced bread crumbs – the spices add a subtle but important flavor difference.Read the recipeSophisticated, elegant and really easy to make! All you need is your pasta, garlic, butter, vegetable stock, herbs and a few kilos of mussels. (Psst: We feel that Carmela would use Little Neck clams.) Get the recipeThis vegan-friendly recipe will use all those pantry items you have not yet received-chickpeas (of course), kidney beans, diced tomatoes and that bag of peas you bought last month that is still in the freezer. Get the recipeWith a few "secret" ingredients, namely fish sauce, chicken liver and gelatin, this recipe has everything needed to be the go-to Sunday recipe of your family. Get the recipeWill the Cusamanos eat? Turn this classic dish with a few upgrades: place the white wine for bubbles, expand your herbal game with fresh tarragon and add some heavy cream.Read the recipeStork, sticky, cheesy stuff filled with decadent noodles and then smothered in creamy tomato sauce? Even A.J. will not be excused early early. Receive the recipeWe could all the way see Carmela experimenting with the Keto diet. Tony? Not so much. Thank God, this cauliflower-based lasagne will fool even the most hardcore traditionalists. Get the recipeBut it's good that you do not really have to be at a wedding to enjoy this sturdy, tasty soup. Filled with chicken meatballs and acini di pepe noodles, this is a complete meal in one bowl. Get the recipePancetta, bacon, Italian sausage – everything is prepared in a frying pan. And we are sure that Carmela would approve the cleaning. (But do not tell Tony that we made a shortcut.) Get the recipeSatrial's has some competition with this epic version of a chicken Parm sandwich. The trick? Let's say that a waffle maker is involved. Take the recipeWhether you use sweet or spicy sausage is up to you. Ask yourself: WWCD? (What would Carmela do?) Receive the recipeThis slow cooked, southern Italian dish has many variations, but the essence is thinly sliced ​​meat wrapped around a savory filling. In this case, you want to ask your butcher for a thinly sliced ​​steak to fill the prosciutto cheese filling. Receive the recipeMember of the Coterie Gaby Dalkin is not messing around with her lasagna recipe. The ragu only consists of pancetta, veal shoulder, pork loin, skirt steak and prosciutto. Make sure that the Meadow in your home does not do vegetarianism before you serve it. Get the recipeFor those nights when Tony "works late" (or Ralphie lost) and you just want to roughen the computer and examine the stock market, this hands-off dinner is simple and delicious. This recipe calls for chicken sausage, but really, the choice is yours. Take the recipeCoterie member Heidi Larsen's recipe for chicken cacciatore makes an Artie Bucco staple that you can prepare in your own kitchen. This recipe makes ten chicken thighs, but you can also shred the meat and put it back in the sauce for a tasty chicken ragout. Take the recipeIf you only have 30 minutes to prepare for your spec house in between meetings, this penne pasta dish is a real winner. Piled up with kale, mozzarella and sausage, Cotie member Maria Lichty touches all food groups (which we care about). Get the recipeIt is the Sicilian cheesecake that Carmela brings, well, literally everyone. Made with ricotta, orange peel and eggs, this is sweet, but not to sweet-dessert is a Sopranos favorite. Take the recipeThe filling is traditional: ricotta, orange peel and sugar. But the shell is the most genius shortcut you've ever come across (about like finding $ 40K buried in bird food). Get the recipeRELATED: The 34 best pasta dishes in the entire universe