Savoury Mortadella and Olive Cake

Experiment with the full flavour of Veroni traditional Mortadella, this unique recipe is a great addition to your afternoon tea or antipasto platter:


To serve 4 people you will need the following ingredients:

• 180g of “00” Flour
• 3 Eggs at Room Temperature
• 100ml of Milk
• 100ml of Extra Virgin Olive Oil
• 70g of Pecorino Cheese
• 100g of Veroni Mortadella in Cubes
• 200g of Pitted Green Olives
• 1 Sachet of Baking Powder for Pies


1. Line a 25×11 cm cake mold with baking paper
2. In a bowl, beat the eggs with oil and milk using a whisk
3. Add the sifted flour, the grated pecorino cheese, the whole olives and cubed mortadella
4. Season with salt and pepper. Finally incorporate the sifted and baking powder
5. Pour the mixture into the mold and cook at 180°C for about 50 minutes
6. Remove from the oven and let it cool before unmolding and serving

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