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Recipe: Brosega of Paciano

Friday 24 may 2019

A typical Umbrian dish of ancient origins, it's ideal for those who love scrambled eggs

Recipe: Brosega of Paciano

Brosega is a typical Umbrian dish, in particular of Paciano, a village in the province of Perugia, a few kilometers from Lake Trasimeno. Brosega is a simple dish, with very poor origins, which, since medieval times, was distributed on the tables of the most humble Umbrian families. Its preparation is also very easy. Brosega is a specialty based on sautéed tomatoes and accompanied by a lightly fried onion, to which are added, only lastly, the eggs to be scrambled.


  • eggs
  • onion
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • salt


Brown the chopped onion with oil. Let the tomatoes cook with a pinch of salt over medium heat. When the sauce is almost cooked, add the eggs, strapazziamole them and finish cooking.

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