An Italian word used to describe "small bundles" of food stuffed into a rolled food wrap. Foods such as veal, dry sausage, fruits, vegetables, and fish are all foods that can be thinly sliced to serve as a wrap that is placed around stuffings of various ingredients and referred to as involtini, such as veal involtini or eggplant involtini. The traditional Italian dish typically included thin pieces of meat or fish that were stuffed with breadcrumbs, currants, pinenuts, cheese, and seasonings. The wrapped bundles of food were then often skewered and grilled before serving.
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