Classic Italian antipasto
Italian antipasto is typically a platter of assorted salami accompanied by various tidbits.
The most traditional way for starting a meal according to the Italian style is preparing a dish full of salami, prosciutto, coppa, cacciatore, galantina, mortadella. You can accompany them with a variety of vegetables in oil, quail eggs and, naturally, a good-quality bread. Another idea is accompanying assorted salami with bruschette, crostini, deep fried vegetables and little pieces of frittata.
In the third photo you can see bread covered with thin slices of bacon fat (Italian lardo) and baked for few minutes. Mmh, gnam, gnam ...!
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