Roman Cuisine Filetti Di Baccalà Alla Romana

Posted 05.05.2014 by Leigh

Address: Various restaurants throughout Rome, Italy.

Although fish is not a major part of the Roman diet as in other Italian regions, the Filetti Di Baccalà Alla Romana (English: Cod Fillet Roman Style) is however a very popular 'antipasto' and snack which has its origins from Rome's Jewish community. Similar to the British 'Battered Cod', but usually smaller and using salt cod, the cod is battered and then deep fried in vegetable oil. Other ingredients in this simple dish include lemon and parsley. Just off Piazza Navona and near to the Pantheon, there is a restaurant dedicated to the dish, which is cleverly named 'Filetti di Baccalà' (88 Largo dei Librari).

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