Italian Food: Mantuan Cuisine

Ravioli di Zucca from Mantua

The Province of Mantua is an agglomeration of different identities, that are made up of different culinary traditions, united by certain typical products. Follow our reporter Pat in a tasty journey through the gastronomic variations of the Mantuan Cuisine. Have you ever tasted pumpkin-filled ravioli?

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