SUPPLI'

The supplì is a popular Italian street food that originated in Rome. It is a delicious snack made of risotto rice mixed with various ingredients like tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, and sometimes even ground meat.

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AL TELEFONO

When you take a bite, the melted cheese stretches like a telephone cord, giving it its delightful name “al telefono.”

'NDUJA

Filled with a zesty mixture of nduja, mozzarella, tomato sauce and spicy Calabrian spreadable sausage called “nduja.”

AMATRICIANA

It features a savory filling of tomato sauce, pancetta, and pecorino cheese, creating a delightful fusion of flavors.

CARBONARA

Filled with a creamy mixture of eggs, pecorino cheese, and pancetta, it delivers a delightful explosion of flavors.

GRICIA

Filled with a scrumptious combination of guanciale (cured pork cheek), pecorino cheese, and black pepper

CACCIO E PEPE

Filled with a creamy, flavorful and well balanced blend of pecorino cheese and black pepper.

A unique flavor from Rome…

Supplì is a delicious Roman dish that originated as a variation of the Sicilian arancino. Its origin dates back to the 19th century, when it was prepared with leftover rice, cheese and meat sauce. The name “supplì” comes from the French word “souple,” meaning “soft,” indicating the creamy texture of the inside.

Today, supplì has become a classic Roman street food spread throughout Italy. Its preparation involves a rice filling topped with meat sauce, melted cheese and sometimes peas. The rice ball is then breaded in egg and breadcrumbs and fried until crispy golden brown.

Supplì is usually enjoyed as an appetizer or street snack. Its round, firm shape makes it convenient to eat with your hands, while the creamy filling melts in your mouth. It is often served alongside other street food specialties such as pizza al taglio or porchetta.

Each bite of supplì offers a delicious explosion of flavor, thanks to the contrast between the crispy crust and the soft, stringy interior. It is a dish loved by young and old alike, perfect for a mouthwatering break or an informal appetizer with friends. The suppli, whether in its traditional version or in creative variations, remains a symbol of Roman culinary tradition.

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