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What is carpaccio made from?

Carpaccio is a dish of raw beef. The meat is prepared in very thin slices and traditionally served with mustard and/or basil. This dish being particularly popular, many variations can now be found: tuna carpaccio, salmon carpaccio, veal carpaccio, etc. Full Answer

What is a carpachio?

there, I believe you are referring to "carpaccio", which indicates a plate of very thinly sliced meat (typically beef) or fish and variably dressed. The original recipe is definitely the one which foresees the use of beef dressed with olive… Full Answer

What is a carpaccio?

Carpaccio is a dish of raw beef, veal or tuna traditionally thinly sliced or pounded thin served as an appetizer. Originally invented in Venice, at Harry's Bar. Named after Venetian painter because the dish reminded the owner of the bar… Full Answer