Region: Perugia, Umbria, Italy, available throughout Italy
Made with: They are made with flour and eggs but are also made with potatoes, bread and fine bran flours. Manufactured Strozzapreti are generally made durum wheat and water.
About: Strozapretti are a specialty of Raveo and Ovaro. They are found in the central and southern Italy. A literal and amusing translation of the name means priest strangles. They have many different names depending on where in Italy you are. These come in several shapes and lengths.