Pallotte Cace e Ove is one of the typical dishes of Abruzzo, belonging to the so-called ‘poor cuisine’, among the most appreciated and requested by residents and visiting tourists. Here is a “homemade” version sent by Carla Lanci. Join Viaggiando Abruzzo (official group) to see more photos and to send yours.
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