A sandwich with lampredotto—panino co i' lampredotto—has been described as a "classic Florentine" sandwich and is a traditional regional street food in Florence. Lampredotto is typically slow-cooked in a vegetable broth, seasoned with herbs, chopped, and served in a bread roll. It is often topped with a spicy sauce or a green sauce (salsa verde).
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