Top Rated Pizzaiola Recipes

This authentic Italian dish comes together easily and is served in a savory, spicy tomato sauce. It's given an extra hint of spice from hot cherry peppers.
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Steak Pizzaiola Recipe
This hearty, comforting dish may taste like it costs a fortune, but it will only set you back a few dollars. Typically, when it comes to budget meals for two, it's easy to assume that cooking steak will be way too luxurious. This dish uses a cheaper cut of beef that's braised in tomato sauce to add extra flavor and tenderness.  Total cost: $6.68 Click here to see Dinner for Two Under $10.
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Try this elegant and rustic appetizer that’s sure to impress guests. The oysters are served atop a bed of creamy beans with a fresh green bean pesto.
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In Italy, the briefly cooked fresh tomato sauce called pizzaiola is traditionally served atop steak. We use sirloin, but if you'd prefer to use flank steak or skirt steak, just reduce the cooking time. The sauce is also good on pasta.
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Chicken Pizzaiola recipe. Ready In: 1 hour Makes servings 434 per serving Ingredients: chicken breast halves, boneless and skinless, olive oil, salt and black pepper, oregano, parsley leaves, italian plum (roma) tomatoes, garlic
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1. Saute onion and garlic in oil until soft in large saucepan. Stir in tomatoes, salt and pepper. simmer sauce, uncovered, 10 minutes; reserve. 2. While sauce simmers, trim any excess fat from steak and score remaining fat edge every inch. Sprinkle ...
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mermaidmagic
You can use scrod, haddock or any white filet fish for this recipe. We love to dip Italian bread in the pan drippings.
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Chef Jenny #4
I got this recipe off of Runner's World while looking for a healthy chicken recipe and it was excellent. The peppers and potatoes make a nice touch.
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iLuv2cook 2
A simple way to prepare Pork - kid friendly, too!
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Dana-MMH
MMMM very good, and so easy to make...I guessed at some of the measurements only because I add more or less sometimes.
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Buzymomof3
I got this from a family cookbook we did one year. My cousin submitted it and my daughter loved it. I served it with spaghetti.
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Bob_Bazzle
Ingredients: 5 tablespoons Olive Oil 2 thick New York Strips about 2 lbs total Coarse sea salt Freshly ground pepper 4 medium garlic cloves 28 oz can whole tomatoes, preferably San Marzano 4 teaspoons dried Oregano 2 to 3 tablespoons balsamic ...
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