Cappellacci di zucca.

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Cappellacci di zucca. Jan 18, 2017
Cappellacci di zucca are practically large ravioli (filled noodles) filled with a mixture of pumpkin, Reggian Parmesan or Parma Grana cheese; eggs, grated bread, eggs, salt, and nutmeg. Ginger and pepper were added to the mixture centuries ago. They are served with butter and sage or with ragu.

The first written recipe of this dish dates to the 1584. Probably the name “cappellacci” comes from the resemblance of the huts worn by country men at that times. Cappellacci comes from “cappelli” that is the meaning of huts.
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