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Pranzo. (Apparently. Check The Italian meal: Information from Answers.com.)
Typically most Italian's still eat this way : small breakfast if any or just coffee, large meal at 1pm , then dinner at about 8pm.
Italians eat their main meal over the lunch hour. Their breakfast and their dinner tend to be smaller than the equivalents in the United States of America. Oftentimes, familie…s plan a little nap after the main meal. This keeps people inside during the heat of the day, and gives them energy to get work done and have fun during the cooler afternoon and evening.
Italian, just like most Europeans, usually eat their largest meal at noon, though in some areas this is changing to the evening meal.
Yes Lasagna (or lasagne) is definitely an Italian meal depending on what part of Italy the recipe originates it consists of alternate layers of pasta, cheese, a sauce, and oth…er ingredients.
Italians usually have breakfast as soon as they wake up, lunch at 1o'clock and dinner at 8 o' clock in the evening. people also have snacks in between.
it depends on the religion or beliefs your family has. a traditional meal includes a antipasta if you are eating formal.
Un pasto is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "a meal." The masculine singular cardinal number/indefinite article and noun also translate into English as "one meal."… The pronunciation will be "oon PA-sto" in Italian.
Italians eat lunch as their main meal of the day.
Pasta-based meals - though actually making your own pasta requires a certain amount of skill and/or the right tools; pasta chefs are their own discipline. Pizza is also simple… to make - easiest with a ready-made base, but it is not so difficult to make your own bread base, and it can be very rewarding to produce something so tasty with your own hands. Spaghetti Bolognese is possibly one of the quickest and simplest meals to cook with ready-made pasta: Brown some mince in a pan, add tomato sauce/puree and chopped onions/mushrooms/herbs (and anything else you fancy). Add garlic according to personal taste. Simmer and stir. Meanwhile, boil some pasta (preferably spaghetti). Some prefer the spaghetti to have a little 'bite' ('al dente'), but spaghetti is usually boiled until it is able to stick to a vertical surface. It's all down to personal preference. Drain the spaghetti and scoop onto plates, add the meat sauce, grate some cheese (preferably parmesan) onto it, and serve with some (garlic) bread. A healthy, tasty meal that takes minutes to prepare! Obviously, the quality of the ingredients can make all the difference...
The Main Ingredient with Bobby Flay - 1996 Italian Meatless Meals was released on: USA: 8 May 1997