Search - Colavita Recipes

Search

Shaved Brussels Sprouts and Pancetta PizzaThis recipe for Shaved Brussels Sprout and Pancetta Pizza is a sneaky and delicious way to work some more greens onto your pizza! Shaving the sprouts gives them a lighter texture and adding that pancetta really gives this pizza a punch of flavor. We choose to bake this pizza “grandma” style, which means in a pan. It’s easier for serving since this pizza has a lot of toppings! Pair Recipe with: Eggplant Caponata Similar Colavita Recipes: Bruschetta Pizza
Classic Grandma Pizza Pie
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.
Bison and Bean ChiliIt's official sweater weather, which means it's time for sweater whether food. The best thing about this bison and bean chili is that it's simple and you can customize it to your taste.
Gluten Free Pumpkin PastaName a more perfect comfort food than this gluten free pumpkin pasta. You just simply can't! Enjoy this after a long day of pumpkin picking with friends or family.
Fig and Blue Cheese Pasta CupsMade with our capellini, these fig and blue cheese pasta cups give a little crunch and savoriness to the typical pasta or appetizer dish.
Mashed Potato CupsThese mashed potato cups are super adorable and filled with yummy pancetta and cheese! Your guests will be gobbling these up this Thanksgiving season.
Brussels Sprouts with Pancetta and RadicchioBrussel sprouts are often chosen as a predictable, healthy side for dinner. However, we've spiced up the usual recipe, adding in the delicious flavors of pancetta, radicchio, and our balsamic vinegar. Combined, these ingredients are a fresh, savory take on the usual staple and will become a reoccurring favorite in your household.
Orecchiette with Broccoli Rabe and PancettaOrecchiette with Broccoli Rabe and Pancetta is a great Italian dish. Broccoli rabe, also known as rapini, is not really broccoli at all, but a member of the turnip family. It is used often in Italian cooking. The leaves, stems, buds and flowers are all edible and have a slightly pungent and sometimes bitter flavor. Finishing this dish with a drizzle of Colavita Novello Extra Virgin Olive Oil is the perfect complement.
Shop