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Recipes List

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    Sal’s Shrimp Creole Recipe

    Sal’s Shrimp Creole Recipe (1 pot less than an hour total time)Try this dish with our Creole Sicilian Pasta Sauce! For more information about Marukan seasoned rice wine vinegar, visit their website here.  


    60 min

    460 kcal

    Medium

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    After Boil Crawfish Fettuccine


    60 min

    850 kcal

    Medium

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    Truffle Alfredo with Lobster


    50 min

    870 kcal

    Easy

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    Shrimp Zoodles


    30 min

    300 kcal

    Easy

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    Sicilian Jambalaya


    50 min

    590 kcal

    Medium

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    Chicken Cacciatore

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    55 min

    710 kcal

    Medium

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    Beef Daube Recipe


    60 min

    800 kcal

    Medium

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    Heart Smart Minestrone Soup


    60 min

    440 kcal

    Medium

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    Heart Smart Mighty Joe Sandwich Recipe

    Skip the sticky, high fructose corn syrup sauce that you remember from the cafeteria and make this super easy, kid pleaser recipe! Ground turkey is a healthy swap for ground meat and our Heart Smart sauce will be so yummy, the kids won’t even taste the veggies you are hiding in there.


    65 min

    510 kcal

    Medium

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    Heart Smart Chili Recipe

    Forget that less than appetizing stuff from a can! This is a recipe that can be made on the stove top or a slow cooker. A crowd pleaser for game day or when you need a healthy meal that warms you up on a chilly day. You can use ground turkey or lean ground beef if you prefer but the real question is beans or no beans.


    45 min

    510 kcal

    Medium

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    Sicilian Pasta Milanese Recipe

    Chef Sal Impastato's Sicilian Pasta Milanese recipe isn’t just delicious but also has a very spiritual meaning for lots of Sicilian New Orleanian. Pasta Milanese is a St. Joseph’s Day tradition for Sicilians. The Saint Joseph’s Day menu is meat-free because this day falls during the Lenten season.The tradition of St. Joseph’s Day altars goes back for centuries. Sicilians had been suffering from famine because of the country’s poor farming and drought. When they could not provide for their families any longer, the Sicilians turned to their faith. They prayed to St. Joseph so they would have a successful crop and end the famine.The farmers and fishermen gathered together to feed their country in the only way they knew how — by building altars in their homes and sharing their food in honor of St. Joseph. The tradition is carried on today throughout Sicily and Italy and across America.The toasted breadcrumbs that are added as a garnish, represent the carpenter St. Joseph’s wood shavings.


    35 min

    740 kcal

    Medium

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    Shrimp and Cheese Dip Recipe

    Let this be your go-to recipe for the next pot luck, BBQ, tail-gating or shower because it is a crowd pleaser! Feel free to add a bit of lemon, green onion or Sal and Judy’s Italian Seasoning for an extra zing! You can make it ahead of time and I even think it taste better after being refrigerated overnight.


    13 min

    320 kcal

    Easy

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    Potato Salad Recipe

    One of the most controversial things to make and bring to a gathering…potato salad. Sure we have some optional ingredients that are fun to try preferably when you are eating it at home…by yourself. Potato salad is perfect for any time there will be gumbo, Mardi Gras, potluck, picnic, or summer cookout. For more of a kick, try boiling your potatoes in crab boil for some heat.


    40 min

    Easy

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    Pasta Salad Recipe

    The great thing about Pasta Salad is how versatile it is! You can make a Mediterranean style dish with cucumbers, olives and feta or Italian Pasta Salad with pepperoni, salami, olives and mozzarella. Probably best not to make it too far ahead of time since the pasta can become swollen and mushy.


    30 min

    430 kcal

    Easy

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    Eggplant Parmesan Recipe

    For this recipe, we fried the eggplant but for a lighter recipe, you can also bake them in the oven or use an air fryer. I love crunch, thin eggplant slices but feel free to cut them as thick as you like. Eggplants are high in fiber, vitamin b1, and copper. It’s also a brain food so now you can justify eating something fried.


    85 min

    570 kcal

    Medium

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    Sicilian-Style Baked Chicken Breast Recipe

    Pro Tip: You can use handmade salami, but good-quality supermarket salami works fine. Try to find firm green olives such as Sicilian-cured sevillanos or French lucques or picholine olives. Jarred green olives would suffice in a pinch, but they will make the dish extra-salty and compromise its texture.


    50 min

    1270 kcal

    Easy

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    Penne Arrabbiata Recipe

    Penne all’Arrabbiata is an authentic, quick, easy, and very tasty pasta dish that is ready in about 15 minutes. Add freshly grated parmesan and basil to top or crushed chili peppers for spice. 


    50 min

    680 kcal

    Easy

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    Sal & Judy’s Bolognese Recipe

    [video width="900" height="620" mp4="https://www.salandjudys.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Sal-Judys-Bolognese-Recipie.mp4" loop="true" autoplay="true"][/video]Bolognese sauce, also known in Italy as ragú, originates from the Italian city, Bologna. The meats used in a Bolognese sauce are traditionally 50% each of ground beef and pork. For an extra flavor boost, try pancetta (Italian unsmoked bacon). This sauce freezes well so make a big batch and keep it for a quick dinner. To reheat, defrost in the fridge overnight and reheat in a pan. 


    16 min

    960 kcal

    Easy

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    Sal & Judy’s Pasta a la Norma Recipe

    Pasta all Norma, a classic Sicilian eggplant pasta dish with tomato, garlic, basil, and ricotta. It's an easy and delicious, traditional recipe that the whole family will enjoy. This dish originates from Sicily and is said to be named after Bellini’s opera Norma.


    75 min

    470 kcal

    Easy

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    Sal & Judy’s Stuffed Bell Peppers

    This is a perfect weeknight meal since you can make these peppers ahead of time. Stop at the step of adding cheese and breadcrumbs to the top of the peppers and put in the refrigerator.A full, well-rounded meal, all in one dish! This recipe is a family favorite in our house. It is perfect with a side salad or great all on its own. Pro tips: If you like your peppers softer, you can put the peppers in a large microwaveable bowl, drizzle with a little bit of olive oil and cook in the microwave for 6 to 8 minutes.


    75 min

    450 kcal

    Medium

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    Baked Mostaccioli Recipe

    Also known as baked ziti or baked penne, baked Mostaccioli tastes a bit like lasagna but without so much work. You can use ground turkey, and/or turkey breakfast sausage and add veggies for an even healthier option. Since you are going to bake this dish in the sauce you want to make sure you cook the pasta to al dente. This means that you want the pasta to be firm when you bite it – not hard, just firm.The pasta will continue to cook and absorb the sauce when it’s in the baking dish. If you’ve overcooked the pasta in the boiling water, it will come out mushy after baking. (Check out how to make this recipe by the CAJUN NINJA at and follow us on Facebook for more recipe ideas ) search for @salandjudys on Facebook


    93 min

    1180 kcal

    Hard

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    Sal & Judy’s Shrimp Alfredo Recipe

    Creamy, delicious and a family pleaser! It’s perfect for the warmer months as well because it involves very little time over the hot stove but is hearty enough for the biggest appetites. Substitute chicken to make a chicken fettuccine Alfredo.Pro tip: Rinse your shrimp well in a colander before cooking so you don’t get a “fishy” taste in your sauce.


    50 min

    700 kcal

    Medium

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    Sal & Judy’s Chicken Parmesan Recipe

    Just the words “Chicken Parmesan” makes my mouth water! Juicy, tender chicken breaded in a mixture of parmesan cheese and panko breadcrumbs. YUM! You can fry it, bake it or use an air fryer to make the chicken. Trying to cut carbs? Use zoodles for a heart-healthy alternative.Pro tip: The best way to bread the chicken is to keep one hand for wet ingredients and one hand for dry. This helps from getting the dreaded breading hands.Pounding the chicken to a 1/2-inch-thick keeps the cooking time down and the chicken juicy and moist.


    40 min

    Easy