Appetizer with NO name....help me find one.

Discussion in 'Professional Chefs' started by pizzadr, Sep 8, 2005.

  1. pizzadr

    pizzadr

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    Rigatoni deep fried dipped in a garlic butter sauce, sprinkled with romano cheese and oregano. Too good of a dish to call just fried rigatoni. Any ideas on what to name it?
     
  2. markv

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    I guess you couldn't combine "fried" and "rigatoni" and just call it "Frigatoni."

    :lol: Nyuk Nyuk

    I'm sorry. I couldn't resist.

    How about "Fried Garlic Rigatoni"?

    Mark
     
  3. panini

    panini

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    I kike Frigatoni :talk:

    Rigatoni Fritto?

    Rigatoni Fritto a la Romano?
     
  4. botanique

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    I have to say, I like Frigatoni!!! LOL :smiles: I'd order it! It sounds like a lively and delectable appetizer -- I think it deserves a fun name! Its a Rigadoon!!!!
     
  5. mezzaluna

    mezzaluna

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    Rigatoni frito?

    The first time I tried deep-fried pasta was years ago, my first encounter with fried ravioli. When I still ate pasta in quantities, I'd put butter in a skillet and frizzle up plain elbow macaroni for a quick dinner. I'm sure your app would be appealing to me!!! :lips:
     
  6. headless chicken

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    Frigatoni has got my vote! :beer:
     
  7. kaffeenjunkie

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    Frigatoni by Frigamo Industries.
     
  8. pizzadr

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    Frigatoni..........I love it :bounce: !! Thank you soooooo much. I think I'll skip the Frigatoni Industries though :crazy: I wanted to change the name so if anyone tries to order it at another italian restaurant nobody will know what they are talking about.
     
  9. nowiamone

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    I write my specials for our menu everyday and print them. If we have something new and "hot," that we think will be a keeper and a hit, we'll title it "Name this dish" and describe it. The customers really get into it, they order it (often) and give us suggestions. It gives the dish a lot of exposure.