With this article you will discover what are the 5 dishes of Lazio tradition that you can not miss at least once in your life. These are simple and fast dishes, but at the same time rich in taste and goodness. In this top five you will find a typical dish of each of the 5 provinces of the Lazio region, including Spaghetti alla Carbonara, Bucatini all'Amatriciana.... I’ll tell you what, come and fi
Thanks to the lush countryside and fertile hills that characterize the Lazio region, since ancient times it has been possible to obtain the ingredients that have given origin to delicious, tempting and tasty recipes.
The third typical recipe of Lazio in our list is that of Bucatini all'Amatriciana, or 'matriciana, a typical dish of Amatrice, a town in the province of Rieti. The ingredients of this famous and beloved recipe are: guanciale meat, pecorino cheese and tomato. The original recipe involves the use of spaghetti, but the influence of Roman cuisine has led to their replacement with bucatini.
To prepare this dish you need to cook the pasta in salted water, and in the meantime cut the guanciale meat and brown it in a pat. When the guanciale meat is crunchy it must be removed and set aside. You will then add the sauce in the same pan in which the pillow was cooked and you will cook for 10/15 minutes. Once the bucatini are cooked, add it to the sauce and finally add the pecorino cheese and the previously cooked guanciale meat.
After a few minutes the bucatini all'Amatriciana will be ready to be enjoyed.
Carbonara is the fourth dish that we propose. It's a typical Roman dish well known and renowned, that draws its origins from the Second World War. This dish definitely brings with it the values of traditionality and hospitality.
The original recipe for Carbonara requires the use of the pillow, although there are other schools of thought that prefer bacon.
The first step for a Carbonara of excellence is to brown the pillow, until it becomes crispy. The second step is to prepare a mixture of egg yolks, Pecorino cheese, salt and pepper. Once the pasta is cooked, proceed by joining in a pan the previously prepared mixture, the pasta and some cooking water. The goal will be to reach a certain level of creaminess of the compound.
As a final touch you will need another sprinkling of Pecorino cheese and the dish will be ready to be enjoyed.
As a last typical dish of Lazio we offer a sweet recipe of a particular type of dry biscuits. The Wine donuts are classified as one of the simplest and most loved desserts of the whole Lazio tradition.
To prepare them it's necessary to mix sugar, wine and oil; at a later time it will be necessary to add sifted flour and yeast. Once the right consistency must be made some cords and then form doughnuts. As a last step you will need to pass the donuts in the sugar, then cook in the oven for about 20 minutes. Once golden, the Wine donuts are ready.
They can be eaten hot, warm or even cold, they can also be enjoyed alone or soaked in wine. In short, they are delicious in any case!
This was our ranking of the 5 typical dishes of the Lazio tradition.
As you have surely noticed they are all quite simple to recreate, they require little time and very few ingredients.
And you, what are you waiting for to try one?
You can taste them directly in the restaurants or in the typical trattorias of the beautiful region of Lazio or you can propose them comfortably at home, following our guide.
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