"Although many people think of Italian recipes as containing pasta, there are many recipes that do not call for pasta. Some of the many traditional ingredients, other than pasta, that are found in Italian recipes are garlic, basil, oregano, sun-dried tomatoes, Italian Sausage, marinara sauce, parmesan cheese, mozzarella, and olive oil. You will find that most Italian recipes will contain one or more of these ingredients to give the dish an Italian-flair. You can try any one of the recipes in this Italian Recipes collection to satisfy your desire for an Italian influenced meal."
"This is an impressive group of recipes. I was looking for pasta recipes and figured I would find some in this Italian Recipes collection. I did but I also found some other Italian recipes in this collection that I thought looked interesting. Can't wait to try some of them."
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