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Top 10 Dishes You Can’t Miss While In Naples, Italy

Top 10 Dishes You Can’t Miss While In Naples, Italy

Naples, Italy – the birthplace of pizza and great coffee – doesn’t disappoint when it comes to food. If you’re planning a trip to Naples, these 10 dishes should be on your must-eat list!

1) Baked mozzarella with tomato sauce

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Baked mozzarella with tomato sauce is one of the best-known dishes from the region. The cheese is submerged in a thick tomato sauce and then baked in an oven for around 30 minutes until it’s golden brown on top. The dish can be served as an appetizer or as a main course accompanied by roasted vegetables.

2) Spaghetti alle vongole

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This dish is a favorite in the city of Naples. The sauce is made with white wine, garlic and parsley and the spaghetti pasta is mixed with clams. It’s often topped with grated cheese and chopped parsley. If you’re not a seafood lover, this might be the dish for you!

3) Sausage and bean soup

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One of the most iconic dishes in all of Napoli is Zuppa di fagioli e cozze (soup with beans and mussels). There are countless ways to eat this soup. It can be served with an array of breads, including crescente (croissant shaped bread), panzarotti (fried dough filled with tomato sauce and mozzarella) or focaccia. The beans themselves come in many varieties.

4) Panzanella

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Panzanella is a traditional Tuscan bread salad made with day-old bread that has been soaked in water and then mixed with tomatoes, cucumbers and onions. The mixture is tossed with olive oil and vinegar to create a light but satisfying dish.
The word panzanella means bread salad in Italian. It is typically served as an antipasto course or as a first course of a meal. It can also be served as an accompaniment to grilled meats or fish.

5) Veal and pork meatballs

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One of the most popular dishes in Naples is a platter of spicy veal and pork meatballs. Served with a side of marinara sauce and fresh bread, these meatballs are perfect for an appetizer or as a main course. They’re juicy on the inside and crispy on the outside which makes them extra tasty!

6) Seppie in umido con broccoli di rapa e polipetti
One dish you must try while in Naples is seppie in umido con broccoli di rapa e polipetti. The seppie are boiled and then braised in olive oil with garlic and basil. The seppies are then served with a side of broccoli di rapa sautéed with red pepper flakes and baby octopus.

7) Fresh mozzarella at the market (la piazza del mercato)
Fresh mozzarella is a staple of Neapolitan cuisine and is served in many different ways. One of the most popular ways to eat it would be on a pizza (albeit with some tomato sauce), or as an appetizer with bread and olives. It can also be fried or layered with eggplant, tomatoes and basil to make an omelette-like dish called stracciatella alla napoletana.

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8) Cannoli Siciliani

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Cannoli Siciliani is a traditional Italian dessert that’s filled with sweetened ricotta cheese and candied fruit. The pastry shell is crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. It’s best eaten while still warm or at room temperature.
1) Cannoli Siciliani 2) Pizza Margherita 3) Lasagna Napoletana

9) Pizza Margherita

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Named for Queen Margherita, who loved the dish when she visited the city in 1889 and it’s been a favorite ever since. The most famous is Pizzeria Brandi on Via Cesare Sersale. Ask for pizza Margherita and you’ll get a pie with tomato sauce made from San Marzano tomatoes, fresh mozzarella di bufala Campana DOP (the Protected Designation of Origin), fresh basil leaves and freshly grated parmesan cheese. It will cost around €7.00 or $8.50 Canadian dollars at today’s exchange rate.

10) Torta Caprese

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Torta Caprese is a dessert originally from the island of Capri. It is made from layers of sweet dough and ricotta cheese with a marmalade filling in between. The cake has a very distinctive look that makes it stand out. The top layer is typically decorated with pine nuts to give it an extra crunchy texture and make the cake more visually appealing.
The unique flavor of this cake comes from using only natural ingredients and not using any artificial flavors or preservatives.

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