Lampredotto Sbucciato: what is it?

Lampredotto is a renowned Tuscan specialty celebrated for its rich history and deep connection to Florentine culinary culture. Among the various interpretations of this traditional dish, lampredotto sbucciato (which means peeled lampredotto) stands out due to a specific preparation process. However, it is important to note that not all chefs adopt this technique, including Bambi Trippa e Lampredotto.

What is Lampredotto sbucciato?

Peeled lampredotto is a variant where the outer membrane of the abomasum is removed before cooking. This method is sometimes used to ensure a tenderer consistency and to remove any parts that are harder or less palatable. However, the need to peel the lampredotto is often seen as indicative of lower quality raw materials or less than optimal freshness.

At Bambi, we do not peel Lampredotto!

Here at Bambi, we are proponents of high-quality, always fresh lampredotto that, if cooked correctly, does not need to be peeled. This philosophy is based on the idea that the true essence of lampredotto lies in its authenticity and the ability to enhance all its parts, including its outer membrane, which, if well prepared, contributes to the richness of textures and flavors of the dish.


Cooking lampredotto at Bambi

The cooking process of our lampredotto follows traditional methods that enhance the flavor and consistency of the product without the need for modifications such as peeling. This approach not only respects tradition but also ensures that every bite of the lampredotto served is an authentic representation of Florentine cuisine.

The Choice of Tradition

By opting for unpeeled lampredotto, here at Bambi Trippa e Lampredotto we celebrate the historical recipe and invite you to discover and appreciate the true taste of this emblematic dish. The intrinsic quality of our ingredients and our expertise in preparation guarantee an authentic and unforgettable culinary experience, rooted in the culture and flavors of Tuscany.

Visit our Bambi Trippa and Lampredotto locations in Florence’s Central Market, Milan’s Central Market, and at I Gigli Shopping Centre. Embrace the opportunity to experience genuine Tuscan flavors, where tradition meets creativity to deliver an unforgettable culinary journey. Savor the authentic taste of lampredotto and Florentine tripe, and let the true essence of Tuscan culinary tradition captivate your palate.

Join us for a gastronomic experience that promises to linger in your memory!