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Six Italian Meals to Prepare for Your Friends at Your Stag Weekend

When it comes to planning a stag weekend abroad it can be very easy to overlook food. You get so consumed with providing laughter, supplying the booze and thinking of ways to embarrass the groom to be, that you forget about the fundamentals of any good occasion. This article aims to make sure that doesn’t happen to you. Read on to discover six of the best Italian meals advised by http://www.redsevenleisure.co.uk/ that you should consider serving at your stag do:

1. Penne alla Vodka

Penne alla Vodka (Photo by Vegan Feast Catering)

If a dish has vodka in the name then you can guarantee it is a great choice for astag weekend. Vodka sauces have become really popular over the past few years and this one in particular seems to have gone down a treat. The sauce of course contains vodka but is also created with basil, cream sauce and marinara. This is a must for any stag do.

2. Lasagne

Lasagne (Photo by Alpha)

It is always good to opt for a classic dish; something you know everybody is going to like. Lasagne is exactly that. It is definitely one of the most popular Italiandishes you will come across. The great thing about lasagne is that you get the opportunity to be creative. The dish is undoubtedly a reflection of the person making it because you can pick and choose your own ingredients. Most people tend to go for a lot of ground beef, parmesan cheese, mozzarella, sausage and ricotta.

3. Chicken Parmigiana

Chicken Parmigiana (Photo by stu_spivack)

This is another classic dish yet the reason why this is a great choice for a stag do is because it can also work really well as a sub sandwich. And what man doesn’t love a big sub sandwich? You can’t go wrong with Chicken Parmigiana. After all, the combination of cheese, deep frying and breading always seems to be a big hit with most men.

4. Veal Marsala

Veal Marsala (Photo by stu_spivack)

If you are looking for something diverse that is going to shock your friends (in a good way) then you should definitely go for a veal Marsala. The choice of meat is of course unique but most men seem to appreciate a good bit of meat. Furthermore, the Marsala wine sauce contains lots of mushrooms and scallions. It definitely has a distinct flavour.

5. Shrimp Fra Diavolo

Shrimp Fra Diavolo (Photo by Robb Miller)

It is always a good idea to serve a fish dish as well. The word ‘Diavolo’ means ‘devil’ and thus you know this meal is going to be hot, spicy and have a great kick. The sauce is created from a delightful combination of garlic and crushed red pepper. It is up to you how spicy you make the dish. It is usually a case of the hotter the better!

6. Chicken Saltimbocca

Chicken Saltimbocca (Photo by thebittenword)

Similar to the previous dish, the name of this meal also has a meaning that is worth bearing in mind. The word ‘Saltimbocca’  actually means to jump in one’s mouth. So you know this is going to be a treat! With an array of meat – such as chicken and prosciutto ham – and finishing touches like spinach and mozzarella cheese, how can you possibly go wrong?

These are the six Italian dishes you should definitely consider serving at your stag do if you truly want to make a great impression. From classic lasagne to Penne alla Vodka; these are assured to go down a treat.

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