Quiz: Which Italian dish is which?
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Which Italian dish is which?
By: Staff
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About This Quiz

Traditionally, Italian meals are crammed with courses. Sitting down at an Italian table, you might be served an antipasto, a primo and a secondo, plus a formaggio and a frutta, along with a contorno and a dolce. The cuisine in Italy varies depending on the different regions, but some classics have grown to transcend those boundaries, although regional flavor is still certainly a factor. Can you recognize your favorite dishes?

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This soup is typically tomato-based with either beef or chicken stock. You might find anything from pasta to potatoes and beans or barley floating around in there, along with a wide assortment of vegetables.
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This bread is traditionally grill-charred with olive oil and garlic, and it may be topped with other goodies like tomatoes and basil as well.
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If you're eating an authentic slice of this pizza, you're biting into San Marzano tomatoes and buffalo mozzarella cheese.
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This rice dish is infused with saffron threads and can include beef marrow among other ingredients.
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This staple dish is made by combining ground corn and water with a dash of salt, often in a ratio of 2 quarts (2 liters) of water per every 1 pound (0.5 kilogram) of coarsely ground corn meal.
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This simple salad features ripe tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, basil, olive oil and a pinch of salt to taste.
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This dish contains ribbon-shaped pasta smothered in lots of creamy sauce.
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This hearty meat sauce usually contains ground beef, veal or pork, along with vegetables like onions, garlic, carrots, celery and tomato paste.
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This after-dinner treat starts with a ladyfingers and also often includes mascarpone, espresso and brandy.
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This desert comes in a fried shell that's commonly filled with ricotta cheese which has been blended with ingredients like chocolate and powdered sugar.
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