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Yummy Italian Food Dishes to Eat

Italy is considered to be one of the ‘must visit’ places for many of us. The country offers many historical and architectural landmarks that are wowed by different tourists around the world. Fun and exciting activities are also available in visiting each city.

 

But aside from these as we hear the country of Italy, most of us would always think that it is the home of the flavorful pizzas and pasta that would make us crave for it. However, little do we know that apart from their known dishes, there’s a lot of food that it can offer to any tourists that are planning to visit their peaceful yet scenic country.

 

Ribollita

Ribollita

Ribollita. Source: Flickr

 

Ribollita is an Italian word for reboiled. It is a Tuscan soup that is made up of beans, cavolo nero, carrots, celery, and leftover bread. With its cheap yet hearty meal, this is recognized as one of the poor man’s food during old times.

 

Tiramisu

Tiramisu

Tiramisu. Souce: Pixibay

 

Tiramisu is one of the most favorite desserts of the locals. It is made up of mascarpone cream, cocoa, coffee, eggs, butter, and sugar. As of now, the origin of Tiramisu remains unknown, but Venice is the city that mostly claimed the creation of this well-loved dessert.

 

Risotto

Risotto

Risotto. Source: Pixibay

 

Risotto is an Italian word for rice. It is a northern Italian dish that is made up of rice, broth of meat (pork, chicken, beef), vermouth, shallots, butter, parmesan cheese, and parsley. This dish has currently different versions that depend on the location where you are eating it. Some of the known variations are Milanese Risotto and Risotto Brusciato.

 

Arancini

Arancini

Arancini. Source: Flickr

 

Arancini is the Italian version of Japan’s onigiri. It is a small rice ball that is made up of white rice, ragu, ground meat, cheese, vegetables, and peas. This food can be found in bars, market stalls, and restaurants. Just like pasta and risottos, there are many different variations of arancini.

 

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