The city of Palermo, in addition to being the capital of Italian culture, is also a city that has many exquisite tastes and recipes in the history of the Sicilian capital.
Due to its strategic geographical position in the heart of the Mediterranean, this city has always been a place of conquest by foreign troops, who over time mixed and merged into a single, and unique, culture. These peoples left their mark not only in art and culture, but also in the local cuisine.
One of the best historical recipes is pasta with sardines, nicknamed pasta c'a munnizza by the people of Palermo. Sardines and wild fennel are as simple as they are delicious in this dish.