Knife made “battuta” with dried fruits

  • veal meat
  • nuts (walnuts, hazelnuts, pistachios, etc.)
  • dried fruit (prunes, apricots secce, etc.)
Knife made battuta with dried fruits

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.