A simple and appetizing first course

The Testarolo is the first typical food of the lunigianese culinary tradition; its origin dates back to the roman period.

Testarolo is so called because it is cooked in “testi”, a typical cast iron pan, which gives it a unique flavour and a golden colour. Its mixture is simple and healthy; tuscan soft wheat flour, water and salt.

How to cook

Bring some salt water to boil, turn off the flame and soak the Testarolo for 1 or 2 minutes, previously cut into squares. Drain them quickly with a perforated ladle and place on a plate.

Drizzle with pesto sauce, mushroom sauce, walnut sauce, meat sauce or simply with extra virgin olive oil and grana cheese.

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