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She cooks for us Saltimbocca alla Romana. Saltimbocca are veal scaloppini prepared very simply by assembling together slices of tender veal, prosciutto, and fresh sage leaves.
Everybody in my family loves to cook. My sister Patrizia is no exception.  
She the most accomplished cook I know, when it comes to Roman cuisine. And among the most demanding when she is in the kitchen.
Every food is chosen accurately from the market and crafted to perfection. And last but not least served with grace and a great smile.
Patrizia Volpi
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Veal Scaloppini with Prosciutto and Sage

Saltimbocca alla Romana

How to Make Saltimbocca Traditional Roman Veal Scaloppini

Guest Cook from Rome, Italy