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Fried meatballs

“Allesso”, this is how the Romans have always called boiled meat in Rome.

Allesso meatballs are one of the key dishes of Roman cuisine. According to tradition, in fact, meatballs were eaten on Tuesday, in order to reuse the boiled meat left over from Monday, the day dedicated to broth and boiled meat. The boiled meat is chopped and flavored with mashed potatoes, parmesan, eggs and spices, breaded and fried. Over time, however, the meatball recipe has undergone numerous variations and today in Rome you can enjoy meatballs in sauce with minced meat or fried meatballs from Allesso.

Meatballs with tomato sauce

Meatballs with sauce are one of the most classic recipes, much loved by everyone, but especially by the little ones. There are so many ways to prepare meatballs… every grandmother keeps her recipe secretly, but today we want to show you how we prepare them!
Minced meat, eggs, parmesan, as well as accentuating the flavour, will give the right softness. Round, tasty and succulent, our meatballs are browned and then cooked in the sauce, this way they will not fall apart and will keep their shape intact.


A rich and tasty recipe for recovery: the Picchiapò . A recipe that is among the tastiest in Roman cuisine and is made starting from the meat that is cooked for the broth. The piece of boiled meat remains hard after cooking because it is cooked in still cold water. to give it more softness and flavor, it is immersed and cooked in a stew of onions, tomatoes, celery and carrots.


Pan-fried chicory is a famous dish of popular Roman cuisine

This typical Roman recipe is characterized by the bitter note of chicory sautéed in a pan with garlic and chilli pepper.


Tiramisu is a dessert that needs no introduction. It is one of the most famous desserts in the world and there is no Italian restaurant that does not have it on the menu.