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"Trapizzino is a popular street food in Rome that has become a staple of the city's food scene. It is a delicious combination of pizza and sandwich, with a triangular-shaped pizza dough filled with various savory fillings. The creator of the Trapizzino is Stefano Callegari, who was inspired by the traditional "pizzette" of Rome, which are small, round pizzas with a variety of toppings. Callegari wanted to create a more portable version of the pizza that could be eaten on the go, so he came up with the idea of the Trapizzino. The dough for the Trapizzino is made with a special blend of flours, which gives it a light and crispy texture. The fillings are cooked separately and then spooned into the warm dough before being folded into a triangular shape. Some popular fillings include braised beef, chicken cacciatore, eggplant parmesan, and carbonara."
"Every day in Trapizzino, in addition to the 5 classic flavours, you will find 3 seasonal ones. Depending on when you visit Rome, you can find Roman classics such as Coda alla vaccinara and Roman-style tripe, vegetarian recipes such as pumpkin almonds and pecorino cheese and Roman mixed-leaf salad as well as seasonal dishes such as chicken with peppers and burrata with zucchini. Due to its popularity, in addition to Rome, Trapizzino also opened its doors in Milan, Turin, Florence and Trieste. So if you or your loved ones will be traveling to those places and looking for some unique and delicious street food - this Roman street food gem is definitely it! "
"There's a famous spot for trapizzino right in the heart of Trastevere called Trapizzino Trilussa. Trapizzino is a triangular shaped pizza pocket invented by Stefano Callegari. They are made with pizza dough filled with classic Roman stews, sauces and vegetables. They offer a variety of trapizzino flavors including classics like pollo alla cacciatora (hunter-style chicken), lingua in salsa verde (beef tongue in green sauce) and suppli (fried rice balls). They also have some more unique offerings and sides available."

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