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pistum

sweet dumplings or turnip greens soup

pistum

Pistum, pistùm or pistùn Pordenone, often served at weddings: sweet dumplings, made with stale bread, raisins, herbs, candied citron, cinnamon, pinenuts and sugar, and cooked in a meat broth, then sprinkled with sugar.

In the Val Tramontina, however, it can also mean a thick soup made with polenta and turnip greens.

Text © Dana Facaros and Michael Pauls

Images by: Pordenone with Love