Eating Italian Cow Stomach in Italy
Delicious Italian cow stomach also known as Lampredotto and trying Testaroli, which is the world's oldest pasta in the heart of Milan.
It was difficult to find the less common Italian dishes in Milan but luckily I found a restaurant named La Tavernetta da Elio located at Via Fatebenefratelli 30 which served Italian Cow Stomach known as Lampredotto.
Lampredotto is a typical Florentine peasant dish, made from the fourth and final stomach of a cow, the abomasum. It is cooked in water along with tomato, onion, parsley and celery, and then served, usually on a crusty bun that has been dipped in the cooking broth.
Lampredotto was originally a poor person's and workman's sandwich. In the 15th century, there were already lunch places in buildings that sold the tripe.