Eggs in purgatory is a popular Italian breakfast or brunch recipe of baked eggs in a fiery tomato sauce. Francesco Mazzei spices up his version with 'nduja sausage and serves with quail eggs and toasted sourdough.
Salvatore Elefante's traditional sfogliatelle recipe has the characteristic many-layered seashell shape of the classic Neapolitan pastry, along with the rich semolina and ricotta filling. These Italian pastries are often known as 'lobster tails' in reference to their shape.
An easy, cheesy, Italian Breakfast Casserole. Layer crescent rolls, ham, salami, eggs, bell peppers and cheese, then bake for 30 mins. Perfect for breakfast, lunch, or breakfast for dinner! @Amandeep Singh
Eggs In Hell with Italian Sausage - Sometimes called Eggs in Purgatory or shakshuka, this easy dish includes eggs poached in tomatoes with sausage and garlic for tons of FLAVOR!! Perfect for breakfast, brunch, or breakfast-for-dinner!!