Orecchiette with sausage and friarielli
The most typical Neapolitan winter dish is friarielli with pork sausage. And since, as is well known, the best recipes are recycled from others, there's nothing better than a pasta dish topped with this delicacy. Whether made in advance or on the spot, it's always a wonderful idea. You can substitute the friarielli, which are particularly bitter and only grow in the Neapolitan countryside, with other long-leaved broccoli depending on where you live or, at most, with green cabbage. The type of pasta chosen for this recipe is orecchiette, which have always gone hand in hand with friarielli, or broccoli rabe when not in Naples. All-Italian fusion for boundless flavour.