From the Italian region of Abruzzo, these lamb or sheep skewers are perfect to pair with Montepulciano d’Abruzzo wine and olive oil-soaked bread. The recipe was originally developed by shepherds who were living in the mountains of the region. Arrosticini are typically cooked on a brazier called a furnacella because of its long, rectangular, almost gutter-like shape. This dish is perfect for the no-frills meat lover! Buon appetito!
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