Literary Food: Pappanozza

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  1. An extract fron ” Excursion to Tindari” which has prompted me to search the recipe – “He sat on the veranda, having savoured the pappanozza he’d been wanting for a while. A humble dish : potatoes and onions boiled a long time, mashed into a porridge with the back of a fork, then dressed with an abundance of olive oil, strong vinegar, freshly ground black pepper, and salt.” It sounds as ‘”interesting” as n’csatia but I’m sure I’ll have to try it.
    From a fellow Montalbano fan.

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