Arrabbiata: the gritty energy of Roman sauce

The Arrabbiata Sauce is a typically Roman sauce. Born from the combination of simple ingredients, like fresh tomatoes, oil, garlic, chilli and pecorino cheese, the arrabbiata sauce is one of the specialties of the Roman and Lazio cuisine. Its explosive taste, mainly due to the use of chilli, triggers an immediate redness on the face […]

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Saltimbocca alla Romana: the unmistakable Italian taste

Saltimbocca alla Romana (Roman style veal slices) are a typical dish of the Roman cuisine: tasty slices of veal with raw ham and sage with a flavor so good that they jump directly into the mouth! A quick and appetizing treat: the name probably comes from its unmistakable taste. However, the origin of this dish […]

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Tagliatelle: a tasteful type of pasta

Tagliatelle is a type of handmade egg pasta typical of Italian cuisine. It owes its name to the “cut” that is made on the puff pastry previously pulled with a rolling pin and rolled up on itself. It is an Emilian pasta but widespread throughout the peninsula. You could very well apply the word “going […]

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Amatriciana: flavor of Rome

Amatriciana is one of those recipes that has got an eternal aura that defies the time. Despite it had undergone substantial changes, such as the addition of tomatoes, it remains a dish handed down from generation to generation. It is a very rich condiment based on four basic ingredients: the guanciale (pork cheek), the tomato, […]

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Carbonara: history and recipe

Carbonara is a dish loved by everyone. Always considered one of the traditional dishes of Roman cuisine, its origins, however, are Neapolitan. Its birth is recently, about 1944 when an American soldier came in Italy. In fact, the American troops liked very much our stalls where you can found original “street food” like pizzas fold […]

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