Ancient Romans used to eat three meals a day. The jentaculum, was basically Ancient Romans' breakfast, mainly based on bread, cheese, milk, fruit and honey.
One of the most interesting fact about Ancient Roman cuisine, is that meat did not constitute the main ingredient of their recipes, and appeared on Roman tables only later, among the richest families.
This is the reason why traditional Roman cuisine is so rich of vegetarian recipes. Among our favorites there’s the so called Vignarola, a mix of tasty veggies cooked with olive oil and onion.
Discover the ingredients and directions to prepare this delicious and healthy dish of the traditional Roman cusine!