Hi all! I visited Rome in 2015 and ate at this little hole-in-the-wall restaurant which seemed very authentic with it’s classic older Italian lady running both back and front of house wielding a rolling pin! Anyways, a group of us ate there and had a 5 or 6 course meal. One of the first courses was a few plates of various meats, bread, spreads, and some sort of stewed lentils dish. I have been trying to recreate it or find a recipe for “Italian stewed lentils” ever since. It was delicious. Is this a traditional dish or maybe just something this restaurant does? Any help with a recipe would be greatly appreciated!
My friends are putting together an Italian themed appetizer and wine night and I’d like to include these from our trip.