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How can you come to Rome and don't try traditionally Italian dish, which is served in any restaurant in the city?
How to try saltimbocca in Rome
People began preparing saltimbocca in Rome. It is a thin escalope of veal with a slice of prosciutto and sage. In many places in Rome you can replace veal by pork or chicken.

A version of this dish is saltimbocca alla Romana which cooked in dry white wine, and the meat becomes more tender and tastier.

Saltimbocca translates as "Jump in the mouth" - and this is the perfect name for it! This gentle meat dish melts in the mouth, and after which you want to lick your fingers.

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