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What are the best foods in Rome during winter?

What are the best foods in Rome during winter?

Travelling is one of the people’s ways of spending their leisure time and releasing stress from work aside from indulging in telenovelas like Uzalo. They travel to different countries and visit famous places to enjoy the wonders of the world. One of the famous destinations is Italy. It is known for its western culture and cuisine. Its capital city is Rome which is known as the home of Vatican. A lot of people visit Rome to see the different form of arts, architecture, culture, and mouthwatering cuisine.

Delectable Dishes of Rome in Winter

Foreigners love trying various dishes in places they visit and the food that is served to them also differs on the weather. Here are some of Rome’s delectable dishes in winter.

Polenta Taragna

 

It is a dish that can be either served as a porridge or loaf which can be fried, grilled or baked. It is made of boiled cornmeal which is historically made from other grains. The name polenta means fine flour from the Latin word “pollen” and Taragna means stir which was derived from the verb “tarare”.

Cassouela

 

This is a typical winter dish which has a strong flavor and is a favorite dish a known writer. It was even called as the “noble, ancient Milanese dish”. It is made of pig’s meat which hangs while being sliced to enhance the flavor. The meat could be from the pig’s head, ribs, rind, trotters, ears, nose, and trail. Other choices of meat could be chicken or goose. Cassouela is best served with polenta and red wine.

Ribollita

 

It is a Tuscan soup which is made of bread and vegetables. You can cook this with leftover bread including cabbage, cannellini beans, Lacinato Kale, carrots, chard, celery, potatoes, and onions. This dish began in the process of reheating or reboiling in the middle ages.

Melanzane alla parmigiana

 

Derived from the word Parma which means eggplant is the main ingredient of this cuisine. The eggplant is sliced and deep fried after which layered with a tomato sauce and cheese then baked.

When you visit Rome during the Winter, try these dishes out. You will surely try cooking one of these recipes by yourself when you get to taste the flavorful taste and the comfort it brings in every spoonful of goodness.