La bottarga referring to Oristano's ancient speciality, also known as Sardinian caviar. The roe from the quality mullet fish which abound in the area's lagoons is collected and salted, it is then hung up outside to dry. It can be eaten in slices with the delicious extra virgin olive oil from the area or used grated as a pasta sauce. Oristano is one of the 7 Regions of Sardinia

Related Articles

Malloreddus alla campidanese ■■■■■■■
Malloreddus alla campidanese is referring to a typical, home-made Sardinian pasta, served in a tomato . . . Read More
Culurgionis ■■■■■■
Culurgionis is referring to ravioli stuffed with ricotta cheese and chard or fresh cheese and chard, . . . Read More
Patlican Ve Kabak Kizartma ■■■■■■
Patlican Ve Kabak Kizartma: Patlican Ve Kabak Kizartma refers to a Turkish dish made of fried aubergine . . . Read More
Kashkaval ■■■■■■
Kashkaval refers to a Bulgarian sheep's milk cheese, which is sold either as a semi-firm cheese, with . . . Read More
Dukkah ■■■■■■
Dukkah refers to an incredible nutty Egyptian spice mix, made by mixing roasted nuts like hazel nuts, . . . Read More
Sa merca ■■■■■■
Sa merca is a one of the special dishes from Oristano, one of the 7 Regions of Sardinia. It is a very . . . Read More
Maccarones de busa ■■■■■■
Maccarones de busa is referring to hard grain pasta, served with a ragù sauce made from lamb, veal . . . Read More
Sauce ■■■■■
Sauces are not normally consumed by themselvesthey add flavor, moisture, and visual appeal to another . . . Read More
Amagwinya ■■■■■
Amagwinya also known as Vetkoek refers to a popular traditional Zulu food which is flour mixture with . . . Read More
Siomai ■■■■■
Siomai refers to Filipino version of dumplings. They are made from ground pork sometimes with additional . . . Read More