Gnummareddi o torcinelli

Posted on Feb 15 2014 by Redazione

D:DCIM100MEDIAIMG_1591.JPGThe nghiemeridde (or also called turcinelli, gnummareddi, turcinieddi, ‘mboti, marretti) are rolls typical of Puglia, Basilicata and Molise.
The nommareddhri are 5 inches rolls of offal (liver, lung and kidney in guts) closed within the gut of lambs or kids, the size of about 5 inches, along with a few leaves of parsley and giant carousel (fennel seeds). Marretti are very similar but they are significantly larger (about 15 cm).