Typical dish of the poor originating in the south of Italy,the pasta with bread without crust (or bread crumbs) is a recipe that is very diffused in the culinary tradition of the “Bel Paese”. With little variations, from Calabria to Sicily, the preparation of the dish is passed down from generation to generation within families. Bread crumbs were used, many years ago, instead of the greated parmesan: for this reason it was called “the parmesan of the poor”. This type of recipe is generally done using long pasta; mouth-watering and rich, it is prepared by melting anchiovies fillets, garlic and chilli in olive oil. Bread crumbs are then added and made go brown and crispy. Everything is then added to the pasta and served hot.