Gallura soup, also known as “zuppa cuata” by some, is a traditional Sardinian dish from Gallura, a region that stretches from Badesi to San Teodoro and is home to some of the island’s most stunning beaches.
The name “soup” brings up images of a liquid or creamy consistency, despite the fact that it is made with beef broth. In actuality, this dish is neither liquid nor creamy. Layers of bread (several types of bread are used depending on where you are) are seasoned with cheese and sheep broth, then baked to give it a lasagna-like consistency.
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