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Description: An elaborate lasagne from the Marche. It is variously described as containing lasagne layered with prosciutto, mushrooms and perhaps black truffles, with sweetbreads and sheep's brains, chicken giblets with minced (US: ground) meats including beef and pork, but certainly usually containing offal (US: organ meats), all coated with a cream sauce.
Most frequent country: Italy
Most frequent region: Marche
Also known as: pincisgrassi
See places: Italian food and cuisine, Marche
See foods and dishes: lasagne, prosciutto