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| ||gran bollito misto (piemontese)|
Description: Mixed boiled meats such as knuckle of veal and rump of beef, sometimes with chicken or sausage or pig's foot, guancia, brains, cotechino sausage and tongue. They are sliced and served with boiled potatoes and onions and bagnet piemontese, a garlicky green sauce similar to salsa verde. In Piedmont it traditionally contains seven types of meat and poultry. The gran bollito misto is usually served from a special compartmentalised trolley.
Pronounced: gran bohl-LEE-toh MEE-stoh (pyeh-mon-TEH-seh)
Most frequent country: Widespread
Most frequent region: Piedmont
See places: Italian food and cuisine, Piedmontese Food and Cuisine
See foods and dishes: bagnet piemontese, bagnet ross, cotechino, guancia, salsa verde