Another of Barry’s tastes of Italy!
Pallotte cace e ove sometimes called pallotte cacio e uova are an Abruzzese traditional food coming from leaner times, now referred to as, cucina povera. I’ve eaten these many times at many different places but until today I never tried to make my own. So with the rain making the day a dull one what can be better than something warm and comforting.
For this recipe which makes 16 good sized pallotte (balls) the ingredients are:
4 eggs. 100g parmesan cheese. 250g pecorino cheese. 2 slices of bread. 1 teaspoon of garlic powder, salt, pepper and a small bunch of parsley.
The bread should be at least 2 or 3 days old, soak it in a little water for a few seconds and squeeze it dry and crumble it into the eggs, add the cheese, chopped parsley, garlic powder (or a fresh clove finely chopped), season with a little…
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