Mussels Marinara
This garlicky, addictive dish is best served with crusty bread or a bowl of pasta. I personally prefer placing pieces of bread at the bottom of my bowl and spooning the sauce and mussels on top. That way, the bread soaks in the flavorful tomato sauce, softening the hard crust to make that perfect balance of crunchy and squishy (in a good way). To make this dish extra garlicky, I roasted garlic while making my sauce and spread it on the toasted bread right before serving. 
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These personal pizzas are easy to make — and eat!
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beanballs
This dish delivers the comforting, classic flavors of traditional Italian meatballs, while replacing meat with kidney beans for protein. Serve over pasta, or garlic-sautéed baby spinach or zucchini. This dish is ready in 30 minutes from start to finish.This recipe is provided by Michelle Dudash, Registered Dietitian, Cordon Bleu-certified chef and creator of CleanEatingCookingSchool.com.
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Spaghetti with Ricotta Beef Meatballs and Marinara Sauce
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Cooking at home can be made fun with Plated. Plated is an exceptional brand that delivers everything you need to create a chef-designed recipe. Plated makes it simpler and more fun to cook at home with a recipe card that gives you step-by-step directions, plating tips, and more. While Plated changes their menu every week they gave us this delicious spaghetti with ricotta beef meatballs and marinara sauce recipe to feature on our site. You can make this recipe at home or try one of their other recipes at Plated.com. 
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Mussels Marinara
Seafood in tomato sauce has a long history in Neapolitan cooking. In fact, marinara sauce is named for the mariners who supposedly created it. As mussels were plentiful and cheap in both Italy and America, my grandparents made this at home often. We serve it at the restaurant, too, usually over linguine as a pasta or main course. As an antipasto, serve it with crusty bread… but I didn’t really have to tell you that, did I? — Sal Scognamillo, Patsy’s Italian Family Cookbook.
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Mussels Marinara
Serve Mussels Marinara when the weather just starts to turn chilly. It’s sort of like eating a hearty soup with just the right warmth for a fall meal, but it won’t weigh you down. I love sopping up the warm garlic-studded broth with garlic bread – vampires beware!
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Juice cleanses can be difficult. When cravings or self-pity arise, remind yourself of your intention, consider all the good the juice is doing, appreciate the sweet and savory flavors of the fresh fruits and veggies you’ve selected or grown and all the lives that work to make your food possible. And, if you still can’t shake your marinara lust, then make Juice Marinara and breathe deeply.
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Juice cleanses can be difficult. When cravings or self-pity arise, remind yourself of your intention, consider all the good the juice is doing, appreciate the sweet and savory flavors of the fresh fruits and veggies you’ve selected or grown and all the lives that work to make your food possible. And, if you still can’t shake your marinara lust, then make Juice Marinara and breathe deeply.
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Cheesy Marinara Dipping Sauce
Staying true to authentic baking methods, these flatbreads are made with the finest ingredients using traditional baking methods. Stonefire recipes showcase the versatility of our flatbreads. In 15 minutes you can create a delicious, easy meal for you and your family!
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This recipe takes a trusted favorite and makes it a surefire way to get the kids excited about dinner. Raviolis are breaded and lightly sauteéd to give the effect that they're a guilty pleasure, even though they're not. You're packing in extra nutrients, too, by serving, not one, but two dipping sauces.  Click here to see 10 Back-to-School Recipes to Make Your Kids Happy
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meatless marinara
This recipe was contributed by The Better Bean Company.This recipe is a protein-packed vegan alternative to your typical pasta with meat sauce. Skip the beef and use beans instead to kick the fiber, and the flavor, up a notch!Click here to watch the video.
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