Molinos Blogs

What Makes a Restaurant the Best Place for Pizza?

What makes a good pizza? While it may seem subjective, there’s only one thing that makes up the best pizzas – and that’s the best ingredients. Whether you like thin or thick crust, Sicilian or white, the best pizza restaurants start with the freshest, high-quality… … Continued

Authentic Italian Food Starts with Source Ingredients

The best Italian food starts with ingredients. From sourcing the very best vegetables to choosing wild caught fish and antibiotic/hormone-free chicken, Italian dishes taste so much better when you put thought into what’s going into them. At Molino's Italian Kitchen, we understand the important connection… … Continued

Italian Seafood Dishes That Make Your Mouth Water

For a relatively small country, Italy has over 5,000 miles of coastline. Since the sea is never too far for most Italians, it’s easy to see why the frutti di mare (fruits of the sea) have held great importance in Italian cuisine. Molinos Italian Kitchen… … Continued

Why We Love Italian Chicken Dishes

As one of the leanest meats packing a huge amount of protein without the high fat and calories of other varieties, it’s fair to say that chicken has a lot of fans. This deliciously healthy meat choice is a staple in Italian food for good… … Continued

Family appreciates support for annual golf tournament

We, the family of Anthony Lombardi, would like to thank all those who participated in our fourth annual “Another Day For Ducky” golf outing that was held on Sept. 10 at Knob Hill, Manalapan. This includes all the golfers, luncheon guests, sponsors and volunteers who… … Continued

Chicken Amore

10oz Chicken breast 2 whole egg beaten 1/4 cup flour 1/4 cup Panko bread crumb 1/4 cup Pecorino Romano Cheese 1 oz vegetable oil 1/2oz chopped shallots 2oz salted butter 2oz sliced mushrooms 1/2 cup sweet Marsala wine 1/2 cup Demi Glaze sauce or (veal… … Continued

Spaghetti Alla Puttanesca

Origin of Puttanesca: Puttana in Italian means whore. It was a quick and easy pasta sauce for the Puttanas to make in between customers, hence the name Puttanesca sauce. 4oz Kalamata olives, pitted and sliced ½ teaspoon of capers ½ teaspoon of anchovies 1/4 cup… … Continued