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Strangolapreti was originally a meal for poor people. Our grandmothers prepared a delicious dish quickly and easily just with spinach, bread, egg, milk and flour. The strangolapreti recipe is inherited for generations and every single family has its own secret ingredient. The same goes for the Strangolapreti recipe at Koch, which is original from the mother of the company owner Peter Gojer.
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Put the frozen Strangolapreti in a boiling salted water and cook slowly until they float to the surface. This can take about 2 – 3 minutes. Then strain the cooked Strangolapreti and serve as desired with sauces or butter and parmesan cheese.
Team Koch recommends:
We recommend to eat the Strangolapreti with freshly grated parmesan cheese and butter, as we learned at home in the Gojer family.
Tip: Serve the Strangolapreti with tuna and parmesan cheese.