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Street Food in Italy - Sicily

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Street Food in Italy - Sicily

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STREET FOOD in ITALY | SICILIAN street food in PALERMO, SICILY | Sicilian MARKET food +

STREET FOOD in ITALY | SICILIAN street food in PALERMO, SICILY
We're in Palermo, Sicily! In this 3 part series we're exploring Palermo to hunt down the best Sicilian food. Palermo has a thriving street food culture that's big on offal and punchy, bold flavours.

This is our first video from Palermo and it's all about Sicilian street food and traditional Sicilian food! We start the day at one of Palermo's most popular local markets- Ballaro Market. Ballaro Market is packed with fresh produce, meat and seafood and has an abundance of ready to eat street foods to sample. Some of Palermo's most beloved street foods are here so we start with frittula. Frittula is a snack you won't find elsewhere in Italy it's made up of leftover scraps from a calf carcass that are boiled and then fried in lard. Next up it's time for some seafood- pulpo or octopus simply boiled and served with a squeeze of lemon and sardine rolled and stuffed with breadcrumbs, pine nuts, parsley and raisins. Before leaving the market we eat some snails- babalucci which are cooked in garlic and parsley. They're mouthwatering! We head for more food at one of our favourite trattoria's which is close to the market for some seafood pastas- swordfish and eggplant spaghetti for Thomas and cuttlefish and cuttlefish ink spaghetti for Sheena. Finally, we head to a famous local bakery to sample some Sicilian sweets for which the island is well known. #streetfooditaly #sicilianfood #sicilyfood

We hope you enjoyed this Sicilian street food video, thanks for watching!

What we ate and where we ate it:

Frittula, octopus, sardines and snails at Ballaro Market, Via Ballaro, 1, 90134 Palermo PA, Italy. Open daily 7:30am to late afternoon. Arrive in the morning for frittula as it sells out quickly.

Pastas at Trattoria Bersagliere, Via S. Nicolò All'Albergheria, 38, 90134 Palermo PA, Italy. Open Monday to Wednesday 12:00pm to 4:00pm and 6:00pm to 10:00pm, Thursday to Saturday 12:00pm to 4:00pm and 7:00pm to 10:00pm. Closed Sunday.

Cassata and Torta Settevelli at Pasticceria Cappello, Via Colonna Rotta, 68, 90134 Palermo PA, Italy. Open Thursday to Tuesday 7:00am to 9:30pm.

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We’re Thomas and Sheena, food and travel fiends. We travel full time, hunting for the BEST local food in the world to showcase via our YouTube videos. Food is a window into a country's culture and one of the most exciting ways to get to know a place.

We're all about eating what and where the locals eat. You won't find food that's been created merely to be social media worthy on here- no rainbow bagels, gold leaf soft serves- just genuine, authentic food that tastes incredible.

From street food to mom and pop restaurants, we want to show you the best and most authentic food we find on our travels.

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Italian Street Food | Street Food in Italy 😍 Sicily, Parmesan Cheese

Italian Street Food | Street Food in Italy 😍 Sicily

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STREET FOOD CAPITAL of ITALY | Massive SICILY STREET FOOD tour | What to eat in SICILY

SICILY STREET FOOD | BEST STREET FOOD TOUR in PALERMO, SICILY
We're in Palermo, Sicily! In this 3 part series we're hunting down the best Sicilian food and Sicilian street food. Palermo has a thriving street food culture that's big on offal and punchy, bold flavours.

This is our second video from Palermo and it's all about Sicilian street food! We start the day with one of Palermo's most popular street foods pani ca meusa or spleen sandwich. A sesame covered roll is stuffed with chopped spleens and lungs of veal and if you want ricotta or caciocavallo cheese.

Next up we sample a sandwich stuffed with pane e panella and crocche- chickpea fritters and potato croquettes- reflective of Palermo's diverse food culture which has been influenced by its historical invaders. Then it's onto one of Sicily's most delicious treats- gelato in brioche which is often eaten for breakfast!

We then head to a bakery outside the historic centre of Palermo to find sfincione- this region's version of pizza. The Sicilians have been baking sfincione since the mid 1800's and you'll see it all over town. However we highly recommend this bakery- the sfincione was out of this world! We end with stigghiola at Vucciria Market- lamb intestines cooked over the grill.

We hope you enjoyed this street food in Italy video, thanks for watching! #sicilianstreetfood #italystreetfood #sicilyfood

What we ate and where we ate it:

Spleen sandwich (Pani ca meusa) at Porta Carbone, Via Cala, 62, 90133 Palermo PA, Italy.

Sandwich of chickpea fritters (pane e pannella) and potato croquettes (crocché) at Friggitoria Chiluzzo, Piazza della Kalsa, 11, 90133 Palermo PA, Italy. Open daily 8:00am to 5:00pm.

Gelato in brioche at Gelateria Al Cassaro, via 90133, Via Vittorio Emanuele, 214, 90133 Palermo PA, Italy. Closed Tuesday.

Sfincione at Panificio Graziano, Via del Granatiere, 11/13, 90143 Palermo PA, Italy. Open Monday to Saturday 7:00am to 3:15pm and 4:30pm to 9:30pm.

Stigghiola at Da Jolly, Vucciria market, Piazza Caracciolo, 90133 Palermo PA, Italy. Open daily in the afternoons.

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Palermo video 1:

Palermo video 2:

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We’re Thomas and Sheena, food and travel fiends. We travel full time, hunting for the BEST local food in the world to showcase via our YouTube videos. Food is a window into a country's culture and one of the most exciting ways to get to know a place.

We're all about eating what and where the locals eat. You won't find food that's been created merely to be social media worthy on here- no rainbow bagels, gold leaf soft serves- just genuine, authentic food that tastes incredible.

From street food to mom and pop restaurants, we want to show you the best and most authentic food we find on our travels.

#streetfood #beststreetfood #food #chasingaplate

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Street Food in Palermo - Sicily

Busy Street Food corner in Palermo, capital of Sicily (Italy)

Amazing Italian Panini (Sandwich) - Sicily - Italy

This is the king of the paninis.
Andrea Borderi is the owner of Caseificio Borderi in Syracuse, Sicily, Italy. He makes the best sandwiches in the world with best natural and fresh foods of Sicily.

SICILY FOOD TOUR | Street food in Italy | Palermo street food and traditional SICILIAN food

Street food in Italy | SICILY FOOD
We're in Palermo, Sicily! In this 3 part series we're hunting down the best Sicilian food and Sicilian street food. Palermo has a thriving food culture that's big on offal and punchy, bold flavours.

This is our third video from Palermo and it's all about the best local Sicilian food- we eat a street food favourite- arancine a deep fried rice ball stuffed with ragu from a local's favourite before we devour a traditional Sicilian lunch at Trattoria da Pino- a family run restaurant specialising in Sicilian classics from caponata, pasta con le sarde (sardine pasta) and seafood. We cap the day off with granita at the best granita cafe in Palermo owned by a friendly Sicilian gentleman called Pino.

We hope you enjoyed this Sicily food tour video, thanks for watching! #sicilianfood #sicilyfood #italystreetfood

What we ate and where we ate:

Arancine at I Cuochini, Via Ruggero Settimo, 68, 90139 Palermo PA, Italy. Open Monday to Saturday 8:30am to 2:30pm.

Trattoria meal at Trattoria da Pino, Via dello Spezio, 6, 90139 Palermo PA, Italy. Open Monday to Thursday and Sunday 12:00pm to 3:30pm, Friday and Saturday 12:00pm to 3:30pm and 8:00am to 11:00pm.

Granita at Caffetteria del Corso, Via Vittorio Emanuele, 370, 90134 Palermo PA, Italy. Open Monday to Saturday 6:30am to 7:30pm and Sunday 6:30am to 12:30pm.

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Watch the full Italy series!

Rome video 1:

Rome video 2:

Rome video 3:

Palermo video 1:

Palermo video 2:

Palermo video 3:

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We’re Thomas and Sheena, food and travel fiends. We travel full time, hunting for the BEST local food in the world to showcase via our YouTube videos. Food is a window into a country's culture and one of the most exciting ways to get to know a place.

We're all about eating what and where the locals eat. You won't find food that's been created merely to be social media worthy on here- no rainbow bagels, gold leaf soft serves- just genuine, authentic food that tastes incredible.

From street food to mom and pop restaurants, we want to show you the best and most authentic food we find on our travels.

#streetfood #beststreetfood #food #chasingaplate

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The stigghiola is a Sicilian street food specialty, typical of the streets of the city of Palermo. It consists of guts (usually of lamb, but also of goat or chicken) which are washed in water and salt, seasoned with parsley and often with onion and other pot herbs, then stuck on a skewer or rolled around a leek, and finally cooked directly on the grill.
Panelle are Sicilian fritters made from chickpea flour and other ingredients. They are a popular street food in Palermo and are often eaten between slices of bread or on a roll, like a sandwich. Panelle are believed to be of Arab origin.

La stigghiola consiste di budella di agnello (ma anche capretto o pollo), lavate in acqua e sale, condite con prezzemolo, con o senza cipolla, infilzate in uno spiedino, o arrotolate attorno a un porro, e cucinate direttamente sulla brace. Si mangiano calde, condite con sale e limone. Nella maggior parte dei casi si mangiano per strada in qualche bancarella.
La Panella è una frittella di farina di ceci, tipico cibo da strada della cucina palermitana. Si possono acquistare in moltissimi luoghi della città, in particolare nelle “friggitorie, anche ambulanti, presenti nelle strade di Palermo.
Le panelle vengono preparate con farina di ceci, acqua e prezzemolo. La farina viene sciolta in acqua salata e viene girata con un mestolo fino a farla diventare una pasta cremosa, poi viene stesa su un piano, tagliata e poi fritta. Vengono poi servite soprattutto in mezzo alle Mafalde - forme di pane di circa 200 grammi con la crosta ricoperta di semi di sesamo.
Il pani câ meusa (in italiano panino con la milza) è una specialità alimentare di Palermo nel campo del cosiddetto cibo da strada.
Consiste in un panino morbido (vastella), spolverato di sesamo, imbottito con pezzetti di milza, polmone e, talvolta, trachea di vitello. Questi vengono prima bolliti interi e, una volta cotti, tagliati a fettine sottili e soffritti a lungo nella sugna
Il meusaru si serve di un'attrezzatura caratteristica: una pentola inclinata, con strutto bollente nella parte bassa, mentre in alto attendono le fettine di interiora che verranno fritte al momento della vendita. Una forchetta a due denti serve per estrarre le fettine fritte dal grasso di cottura, che vengono scolate e inserite nella vastella, anch'essa calda, avvolta in carta da pane o carta assorbente.
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■ CATANIA, SICILY: Arriving in Catania by bus from Palermo, we drove past the railway station on the way to the hotel. It looked like a lively little eating area with lots of Sicilian street food options for the intriguing tongue. The next evening after an unfortunate meal at the hotel during my first evening in the city, I was ready to try the local Sicily street food delicacy: the mighty horse meat sandwich.

Having previously devoured this animal at a restaurant in Serbia, and thinking it too dry to consume regularly, I was curious as to whether horse meat in Catania would have the same texture....

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