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Top 5: Supplì in Rome

di Alessio Pietrobattista

Even though it is common of the whole central Italy, Supplì is a proper Roman dish that reenters in the tradition of the authentic Italian street food. The name seems to derive from the French word for “surprise” alluding to the different varieties of the stuffing. The classical version is staffed with boiled rice seasoned with ragù, beaten eggs, butter and Parmesan cheese all compacted on a lengthened orange form, with small slices of mozzarella that became gooey during the frying process