Pasta! A staple in my household. I always have at least 6 packages on hand, both regular and gluten-free.
This Italian version of a traditionally French dish is loosely-based on a dinner my mom used to make when I was growing up.
You can also eliminate the Kite Hill Ricotta which makes it a little less decadent.
I hope you enjoy this dish and invite you to leave your comments below.
I have never been much of a breakfast person however when I do feel in the mood or we are having company, this frittata really fits the bill.
I also serve it for dinner with a fresh green salad and it is also perfect as a lunchtime leftover.
This recipe is ready in a flash! If it is still steamy-hot where you live and you don’t want to fire up the oven you can cook this calzone on the grill. Simply spray a piece of aluminum foil, making sure seam-side is up. Or it also cooks great on a made-for-grilling pizza stone.