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Supplì Roma

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"Supplì opened in 1979 and right away conquered the hearts of locals. The reason is simple - they "don't cut corners." Everything from lasagna and stuffed pasta to countless variations of pizza and suppli tastes like an Italian nonna just made them for you. As a bonus, I will share with you the recipe of this amazing Roman specialty given to me by the Supplì: MAKES 10: - 2 eggs - 200g ( 7 oz ) fine dry breadcrumbs - extra virgin olive oil for deep-frying Rice Filling - 250g ( 9oz ) tomatoes - 3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil - 1/2 onion, finely diced - 1/2 celery stalk, finely diced - 50g ( 1 3/4 oz ) chicken livers, finely chopped - 80g ( 2 3/4 oz ) minced (ground) beef - 60ml ( 2 fl oz / 1/4 cup ) dry white wine - 250g ( 9 oz ) Carnaroli or Arborio rice - 500ml ( 17 fl oz/2 cups ) stock - 1 egg, beaten - 50g ( 1 3/4 oz ) fresh mozzarella "
"Suppli Roma is a popular street food vendor in Rome, Italy that specializes in supplì, a traditional Roman snack. Supplì are small fried rice balls that are typically filled with tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, and sometimes ground beef or other ingredients. At Suppli Roma, the supplì are made with high-quality ingredients and are fried to perfection, creating a crispy exterior with a warm and gooey interior. In addition to the classic tomato and mozzarella filling, the vendor also offers a variety of other flavors, including carbonara, cacio e pepe, and amatriciana."
"Il supplì è un piatto molto popolare a Roma, e viene spesso consumato come cibo da strada. La casa del Supplì è considerato uno dei posti migliori per assaggiarne varie tipologie, oltre a quello classico potrete infatti assaggiare quello al gusto Carbonara e quello al gusto Cacio e pepe ad esempio. Uno meglio dell'altro 😋"

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