Lentil BologneseLoving the vegan lifestyle, but missing some of your favorite meat based dishes? This recipe for vegan Bolognese sauce combines lentils and mushrooms in a savory and satisfying sauce that is so healthy and flavorful, you’ll never miss the meat!
Serves 6Ribollita SoupA classic Tuscan hearty bread and bean soup, ribollita makes the perfect meal. Using the delicious flavor of Colavita Extra Virgin Olive Oil and fresh taste of Colavita Crushed Tomatoes, you’re guaranteed the most authentic taste.Fettuccine with Bolognese SauceA staple of Northern Italy, this Bolognese sauce is full of meaty deliciousness combined with sweet and savory tomatoes and served over our Fettuccine Nest pasta. Enjoy this hearty pasta dish with some Valpolicella Ripasso.Apple Salad with Roasted HazelnutsLemon Spring Pea Pasta SaladStart spring off by making this light lemon spring pea past salad! It's vegan, takes less than 30 minutes, and is delicious! What more could you want?Osso BuccoOsso Bucco is a Milanese speciality of cross-cut veal shanks braised with vegetables, white wine and broth. Enjoy our version over polenta. A recipe apart of our olive oil series.Chicken Bone BrothWhether made in the instant pot or the crock pot, this chicken bone broth renders so much good flavor that you'll never go back to store bought broth or stock. It's the perfect base for any soup.MinestroneMinestrone is a classic, ever lasting recipe everyone should try. Especially good during fall and winter this vegetable soup is even better with some grated parmesan cheese on top.Winter Potato Soup with RosemaryWinter potato soup with rosemary is a smooth and creamy pureed soup. Sweetened with carrot and onion, this soup will keep you toasty!Eggplant CaponataSweet, savory, smokey, and all vegetable (well, mostly), this sicilian dish can be scooped onto plates or crostini as a side, mixed into pastas as a sauce or even used as a pizza topping alongside some smoked mozzarella. Roast the eggplant to assure a heart-healthy serving.Eggplant Caponata PizzaSweet, savory, smokey, and all vegetable (well, mostly), this Sicilian dish can be scooped onto plates or crostini as a side, mixed into pastas as a sauce or even used as a pizza topping alongside some smoked mozzarella. Roast the eggplant to assure a heart-healthy serving.Spaghetti with LentilsThis is a surprisingly light and satisfying dish of spaghetti sauced with simmered lentils. Serve this as a first course, followed by any game dish, or as a second course preceded by roasted or stuffed artichokes.