Knife made “battuta” with dried fruits
- veal meat
- nuts (walnuts, hazelnuts, pistachios, etc.)
- dried fruit (prunes, apricots secce, etc.)
One of the typical recipes of Piedmont is the meat “battuta”, so called because the veal meat is finely chopped with a knife, not minced and served raw.
The traditional recipe calls for a simple sauce made with olive oil, salt, pepper and a little lemon. Our chef wanted to revisit it, giving a touch of originality and a sweet and sour taste to this great classic.