- From Italian: saltare (to leap) & in (into) & bocca (mouth) (Wiktionary)
“My saltimbocca is made with chicken pounded thin and layered with prosciutto and sage.”
“I SWEAR. page 234 of 'marcella says …' chicken breasts saltimbocca style aka saltimbocca di petti di pollo marcella hazan from”
“Its new Club House restaurant serves dishes like red snapper saltimbocca and black licorice whoopie pie.”
“We get a booth and always order the saltimbocca or the spaghetti with clams. ninja3000 says:”
“In the lodges' fully stocked kitchens Matt and his wife Marcia, his assistant , prepared such tasty and sophisticated fare as risotto with lemon and fresh asparagus, rock sole saltimbocca with prosciutto and sage, and pheasant thighs Cacciatore style with polenta.”
“There's also a mix of salads or small Italian mains, including scallop saltimbocca with potatoes, prosciutto and sage and a fillet of veal with mushrooms and onion.”
“Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal The scallop saltimbocca, shown here, is a small Italian main that is prepared with potatoes, prosciutto and sage.”
“Pastas cost between $14 and $25, with entrees such as saltimbocca alla Romana in the same range.”
“You know, Mike, I love saltimbocca pretty much every way I've ever had it.”
“For years, one of our favorite treats has been a sauceless version of saltimbocca (an Italian dish whose name means “jumps in the mouth”).”
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