19 Underrated Italian Foods You Should Learn To Love

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There’s more to eat in this life than pizza and spaghetti.

Chicken Cacciatore

Chicken Cacciatore

All good things come in one pot. In this case, it's dredged and browned chicken, cooked slowly and gently in a spicy tomato broth. Get the recipe.

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Olive Oil Gelato

Olive Oil Gelato

Gelato is arguably the most beautiful thing in the universe, and the creamy, subtle flavoring of olive oil makes arguably the most beautiful gelato. Get the recipe.

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Lentil and Sausage Soup With Kale

Lentil and Sausage Soup With Kale

For your own benefit, get out of the canned soup aisle. Replace sodium-filled favorites with this comforting, and filling soup. Crumbled sausage and fibrous greens make a hearty dinner that doesn't need a can opener to enjoy.

Get the recipe on Food52.

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Parmigiana Bianca (White Eggplant Parmesan)

Parmigiana Bianca (White Eggplant Parmesan)

If it's fried and cheese is involved, we are down. Parmigiana Bianca is the classic's tomato-less cousin — complete with toasted breadcrumbs and two types of salty cheese. Get the recipe.

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