Stracciatella (Italian pronunciation: [strattʃaˈtɛlla]; in Italian, a diminutive of straccia ("rag" or "shred") meaning "a little shred", coming from the verb "stracciare", to tear; plural, stracciatelle) is a term used for three different types of Italian food:
- Stracciatella (soup), an egg drop soup which is popular in central Italy.
- Stracciatella (ice cream), a gelato variety consisting of milk-based ice cream infused with fine chocolate flakes, inspired by the stracciatella soup.
- Stracciatella di bufala, a variety of soft stretched-curd Italian buffalo cheese made by using a shredding technique, from the Apulia region.
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