Giudia artichokes: a Roman fried with an ancient taste

Giudia artichokes are a typical dish of Judeo-Roman cuisine. This recipe has a very ancient origin, so much so that it is mentioned in 16th century cookbooks and memories. Giudia artichokes are basically typical romaneschi artichokes, the cimaroli, also called mammole, fried. The same are also used for the recipe of Roman artichokes. Let’s find […]

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Supplì: the Roman king of fried food

The supplì is undoubtedly one of the most famous appetizers of Roman cuisine. A simple finger food that can be eaten on the roads of Rome, walking through the streets of the Eternal City and enjoying all the taste of stringy mozzarella and rice. The king of fried food is excellent both as an appetizer […]

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