Friarielli, a tasty Italian leafy green, is a staple ingredient in Neapolitan cuisine. Originating in the Campania region of Southern Italy, it adds a delightful touch of bitterness to various dishes. Neapolitan Friarielli are similar to Broccoli Rabe, in Italian called Cime di Rapa, but slightly more bitter, with slander and tender stems. Although, they are interchangeable and are used in many traditional Southern Italian recipes. Friarielli is typically served with Italian sausages and as a topping for pizza: "Salsicce e Friarielli".