Marina Polvay, an integral part of Miami's current culinary rage, introduces Italian cooking that is no longer fattening. Responding to criticisms of an unhealthy indulgence in butter, rich sauces, cream and sugar found in many Italian dishes, Ms. Polvay has formulated new recipes that hold true to the essential elements of fine Italian cuisine - simplicity, fresh ingredients and the creativity of the cook without those heavy, unhealthy additions. Here is a tempting, healthy alternative. Recipes include a variety of pastas for ravioli, agnolotti, tortellini and a huge array of great sauces. Delectable recipes include: Basic Tomato Sauce, Fillets of Sole with Seafood, Shrimp and Beans Livornese, Shrimp in Wine Sauce, Tomato Salad with Fresh Basil, Zabaglione, Risotto and many, many more.
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Book Description Prentice Hall Trade, 1981. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # SONG0131950819