Recipe Review: Spaghetti with Salumi, Buttermilk, Poppy and Parmesan


Nice, easy recipe from Matthew Accarrino, chef of SPQR in San Francisco and recently published in the San Francisco Weekly SFoodie Blog.  Buttermilk and poppy seed sauce is creamy and tangy and works well with the fatty proscuitto and salumi.  Trader Joe’s sells a combination package of Italian proscuitto, salumi, and capicola that is pretty good quality and perfect for small portions required in this recipe.  The recipe calls for home-made pasta made out of farro flour, which sounds delicious, but regular spaghetti worked well for me.

Link to recipe here.

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