Chicken Bryan & Prosciutto-Wrapped Pork Tenderloin

Prosciutto is a salted, dry-cured ham that adds a delicately delicious Italian flavor to almost any dish. When it comes to using prosciutto, the thickness of this meat has the biggest impact on its flavor. If it’s not sliced thin enough, it will taste overwhelmingly salty. If you’re going to get it sliced fresh at […]

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On Tuesday, we celebrated National Lasagne Day by hosting an hour-long Facebook Chat with Chef Jay, where our fans could ask him questions about all things lasagne and Italian cooking. There were so many great questions that we decided we’d dive into what goes into the delicious dish of lasagne a little bit deeper. So […]

Lasagne

Today we celebrate one of the most amazing dishes in Italian cuisine, lasagne. Every day at Carrabba’s, we make fresh batches of lasagne using the family recipe passed down from generation to generation. There’s a lot of love and care that goes into each layer of sauce and cheese, and we’re going to show you […]

Sirloin & Lobster Ravioli

Nothing beats summer grilling, and nobody can beat our authentic Carrabba’s wood-grill. We cook over a mixture of oak and pecan wood that produces a deliciously sweet and smoky flavor. Alongside our housemade signature grill baste, our fresh ingredients are right at home on the grill in their own temperature zones. Since not all ingredients […]

Chopping

Through my time training with Johnny and Damian in the original Carrabba’s, I learned many of the cooking secrets that make our dishes unique and delicious. Today, these details are standard practice in every Carrabba’s kitchen. Our Mozzarella Marinara is made by hand daily in each of our restaurants using only fresh sliced whole milk […]

La Pasta Vita: Simple Ingredients

In cooking and in life, simplicity is easier said than done. So when it comes to our kitchens, we’re constantly pushing ourselves to make simple dishes that taste extraordinary. Check it out this week on La Pasta Vita!