Pasta con la MollicaPasta con la Mollica is a sweet pasta dish from Molise, Italy. “Mollica” means “crumb” in Italian and breadcrumbs are what gives this pasta dish its characteristic texture, while cooked grape must and raisins add a mild, sweet flavor. Homemade breadcrumbs will give you the best result, and we detail how to make them below. This dish is a fantastic as an appetizer or as a side dish complementing grilled fish or chicken.
Try this particular sweet Pasta con la Mollica and surprise all your guests during holidays!
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