So we asked Mauro Rosati, an Italian food editor and author ofStreet Food…
Classic Italian street food you need to try at least once "scartosso de fritto"*silva
Fried Olives (Olive Ascolane) are olives stuffed with meat and cheese, lightly breaded, and fried.
Porchetta is an Italian street food, particularly in Rome, where it is served in market stalls or from trucks, often in sandwich form. Frequently made from
scaccia-ragusana, a Sicilian rolled pizza bread with tomato sauce & cheese.
A popular street food from central Italy, these green olives stuffed with minced meat are also great as an appetizer or snack.
12 Best Street Food in Italy ~ Zeppole — essentially deep-fried balls of dough, said to have originated in Naples, but you can find them on street corners across Italy