Rome & Lazio food

Let be inspired by a tour of Italy in all of its grandeur with local dishes that have now become worldwide in their own right.

August 31, 2016

Italian food ideas in Rome

A tour of Italy demands a look at Rome in all of its grandeur. Several sights are a staple feature of any given planned trip. Meals will include traditional dishes that appeal to the senses. Rome’s Trevi Fountain will set a magnificent backdrop for a memorable trip. Local dishes from Italy have now become worldwide in their own right. Lazio and Rome serve as the capital of a modern Italy today.

Appetizers may include bruschetta prepared by rustic standards. Toasted bread will be brazed with olive oil, which may be topped with vegetables. Spinach and tomatoes are diced for the preparation. Minced garlic cloves will add a surprising aroma to the meal. A selection of cheeses will complete the appetizer before it is toasted and served. Guests may pair their appetizer with a glass of Italy’s finest wine.

Pecorino Romano is perhaps the most famous cheese to come from Italy. Local restaurants will proudly feature some of the best takes on the cheese variety. Traditionally, Pecorino Romano is produced from sheep’s milk. The end result is a cheese that is both hard and salty. It may be grated over salad dishes or even sauced pasta. Guests will be pleased by the aromatic flavor that the cheese adds to their meal.

Fried artichokes are the perfect addition to an appetiser selection. They may be seared in a pan with a light layer of olive oil. The dish requires artichokes to be fried to a crisp. Its flavour and texture will make the dining experience truly unique. These fried veggies may also be added to a pasta dish for a unique combination. Rome is proud of its heritage, which will be on full display for guests here.

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