Serve carpaccio as an antipasto
This carpaccio recipe is prepared with lightly seared beef tenderloin and may be served as an antipasto.
Courtesy of Salim Ben Mami
Serve carpaccio as an antipasto.
Carpaccio and bresaola are often offered as an antipasto with olives, various cured meats, cheeses and other pickled vegetables. The difference between the two meat cuts is that the carpaccio is served raw or lightly seared and the bresaola is air dried and aged up to three to four months, accord. Read Serve carpaccio as an antipasto...