Panzanella is a typical dish from Central Italy that comes from the peasant tradition.
Made with stale bread, vinegar, extra-virgin olive oil and vegetables, Panzanella is a delicious dish that was only recently rediscovered and is now enjoyed so much that it is served at the finest restaurants as a delicacy. It is a very simple dish that is served cold and is perfect for warm weather.
We propose here the Umbrian version of the recipe. There are many variations of Panzanella, however traditionalists prefer this version adding, at most, some celery.
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