Fellata Napoletana


on March 26, 2013 | 7:10 pm | 0 Comment

An Easter day antipasto, Fellata Napoletana is a recipe that really requires no recipe, rather just a bit of explanation. From the Neapolitan word for slice, fellà, or fetta in Italian, as its name suggests, it’s simply a plate of sliced salumi and cheeses.

The base ingredients are Neapolitan Salami, ricotta salata and hard boiled eggs. From there you can add whatever you like, Mozzarella di Buffala, provolone, prosciutto, pancetta, or even olives.

Arrange your ingredients on a large platter, serve with your freshly made Casatiello and your Easter Day antipasti are complete.

Buon Appetito!


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