What to eat in Milan?
Winters are long in Milan, so typical Milanese dishes tend to be rich comfort foods, with plenty of butter and meat.
Risotto alla Milanese: A saffron risotto, served as a first course or often accompanying Ossobucco alla Milanese.
Ossobucco alla Milanese: A Milanese specialty of veal shanks braised with vegetables and white wine.
Cotoletta alla Milanese: A crumbed veal cutlet, cooked on
Panettone: A Milanese bread-like cake made with water, flour, eggs butter and dried fruits. Traditionally boxed and gifted for Christmas in Italy and all over the world.
Salame di Milano: A popular salami from Milan, made with pork and beef and flavoured with white wine, garlic, cheese