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Recipes containing Crushed Tomatoes

Spicy Tomato Barramundi Bisque

Spicy Tomato Barramundi Bisque

This is what happens when tomato soup and grilled cheese grows up. On a night when you’re craving comfort food but don’t want to spend the timing making something that takes all day, Carolyn has created a healthy and spicy twist on traditional tomato soup. To make it even more hearty, she cooks pieces of… Read More »

4/10/2014#WorldCuisine

Calzones 2 Ways: BBQ Chicken and Sausage & Peppers

Calzones 2 Ways: BBQ Chicken and Sausage & Peppers

A pocket of pizza is a pretty loveable item, especially when you throw in Jonathan’s step-by-step photos on how to make from-scratch calzones. From his homemade red-sauce for the sausage and pepper calzones to the folding process, he shot and explained it all. Making dough can seem like a big deal, but pizza dough can… Read More »

4/8/2014

Chicago-Style Deep-Dish Pizza

Chicago-Style Deep-Dish Pizza

Everyone knows to make a perfect pizza it’s crust, then sauce, cheese, and finally toppings right? Not so, cry Chicagoans, doing a switcheroo to what most people consider the “traditional” pizza layering order. Classic Chicago-style deep-dish is inches deep and lovingly layered with mozzarella, marinara, and your favorite toppings. A thick layer of fresh mozzarella… Read More »

2/17/2013#GlutenFree

Sicilian Meatball Soup with Cabbage

Sicilian Meatball Soup with Cabbage

With cold fronts spreading across the country, we all need something that can warm us up from the inside out. This rustic, hearty soup starts with mini meatballs studded with golden raisins, fennel seeds, and spices for a sweet, savory, spicy combination that is uniquely Sicilian. After searing, the meatballs are simmered in a rich… Read More »

11/28/2012#WorldCuisine

Acorda de Mariscos (Portuguese Bread & Seafood Soup)

Portuguese Bread Soup

Sometimes the simplest foods in life are the most delicious and this bread soup is proof. Throughout the Mediterranean and extending into Spain and Portugal, it’s very common to thicken and “beef up” soup with leftover bread for a hearty, filling, and satisfying meal. This Portuguese version slow simmers bread with onions, garlic, tomatoes, and… Read More »