Lampredotto, the Street Food of Tuscan Cooking

Lampredotto is a dish which arouses different reactions in those who taste it. Either you hate it or you love it. Today it can be found in roadside stands, in food trucks, in food markets, but it is also having a new life in restaurants, thanks to the rediscovery of traditional Tuscan dishes. Its etymology

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History Of Tuscan Cooking, The Best Dishes

It seems that also French cooking was born from Tuscan cooking, a great boast for the Italian culinary tradition. This could be really possible because Caterina de’ Medici married Henry II of Volois, bringing with her, in her new French residence, some of the recipes of “home” and also ingredients such as olive oil and

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mullet livornese View Ingredients
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  • Red mullets: 8
  • Peeled tomatoes: 1.10 lbs (500 g)
  • Garlic: 1 clove
  • Extra virgin olive oil: 1.76 oz (50 g)
  • Parsley: a handful
  • Salt, pepper to taste
  • Calories: 137
  • Carbohydrates: 2.6
  • Fat: 8.6
  • Protein: 12

Goatfish or Red Mullet Livornese Style

A dish with Jewish origins, but which today is known throughout Italy. It is a typical dish of Tuscan tradition, in…

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pappardelle with mushroom View Ingredients
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  • Flour: 300 g (10.58 oz)
  • Eggs: 3
  • Salt
  • Garlic: one clove
  • Parsley: one bunch
  • Porcini mushrooms: 400 g (14.10 oz)
  • Parmesan cheese: 100 g (3.57 oz)
  • Salt, pepper, oil
  • Calories: 155
  • Carbohydrates: 19.8
  • Fat: 4.8
  • Protein: 5.9

Pappardelle with mushrooms

Pappardelle with mushrooms were born in Tuscany. To witness this who is the citation of the Decameron of Boccaccio that cites…

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