|Course||Primo (pasta course, Italy); main course (elsewhere)|
|Place of origin||Italy|
|Region or state||Nerano|
|Main ingredients||spaghetti, fried zucchinis, provolone del monaco, parmesan|
Spaghetti alla Nerano is an Italian pasta dish invented in the Italian village of Nerano, on the Sorrento peninsula. Its main ingredients are pasta, fried zucchini and provolone del Monaco (or caciocavallo).
Among the many attributions circulating, the main one points to a restaurant owner named Maria Grazia in the mid-1950s. The restaurant still exists to this day.