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The Difference Between Spiedini, Spiducci, and Arrosticini
The Difference Between Spiedini, Spiducci, and Arrosticini
July 19, 2019

When it comes to Italian street food, the first words that come to mind might be spiedini, spiducci, and arrosticini – the perfect, bite-size pieces of meat that are cooked over a charcoal burning spiducci bbq grill for a flavour journey through the brick streets of Italy.

 

A commonly asked question about the delicious meat skewers – what’s the difference between spiedini, spiducci, and arrosticini anyway?

 

The variation in vocabulary will largely depend on your family’s own traditions – but in the end, spiedini, spiducci, and arrosticini all mean the same thing – meat skewers. The simple, delicious meal synonymous with summer and time spent with those closest to you with skewers simmering on the spiducci bbq grill.

 

Where does spiducci come from?

 

The origins of spiducci began in the mountainous region of Abruzzo, Italy, known for sheep herding and innovative culinary traditions. Abruzzo sits in the central southern part of Italy, and stretched from the Apennine mountainous range to the Adriatic Sea. Abruzzo is regarded as one of the best places to eat in Italy. This is largely due to the agricultural and coastal aspects of the province, which have influenced the region’s cuisine.

 

How do you make spiducci?

 

Spiedini, spiducci, and arrosticini can be made with a variety of meat. Lamb, beef, chicken or pork – the sky is the limit when it comes to what you want on the grill. Traditionally, spiducci was made with lamb or sheep meat as the region has a long history of sheep herding.

Spiducci is prepared from sheep meat and is cut into small chunks, and cubed before fed onto wooden skewers. The skewered meat is placed on the spiducci bbq grill – a specialized barbeqeue meant specifically for grilling spiducci. It is traditional to baste the skewered meat with olive oil, and to apply salt and seasoning after the meat is cooked.

 

If you’re looking to show off your culinary skills, preparing spiducci for your friends at your next get together might just be the thing to wow them. Consider purchasing a custom-made spiducci grill by Milano Grills for perfectly cooked spiducci every time. Call us today for more information on our grill products!

 

 

Awesome read! Abruzzo has so many amazing traditions
Posted by: Kyle | July 19, 2019, 11:09 am
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