Taijarille fasciule e coteche

Taijarille fasciule e coteche is a traditional dish from the Abruzzo region in Italy. It can be found in various towns and communes of Abruzzo, including Chieti, Pescara, and Teramo. This dish has a rich history that dates back to ancient times when it was prepared by the shepherds in the region.

The main ingredients of Taijarille fasciule e coteche are fava beans and pork ribs. The dish is typically prepared by boiling the fava beans until they are tender and then adding the pork ribs to the pot. The flavors of the beans and the meat blend together to create a hearty and delicious dish.

Taijarille fasciule e coteche is recognized as a traditional dish of Abruzzo and has received the PAT (Traditional Agri-Foodstuffs) recognition. This recognition ensures that the dish is prepared according to specific specifications and traditional methods. It guarantees the authenticity and quality of the dish, preserving its cultural heritage.

One recipe for Taijarille fasciule e coteche includes soaking the fava beans overnight and then boiling them with the pork ribs until they are cooked through. The dish is seasoned with salt, pepper, and olive oil. Another variation of the recipe includes adding garlic and rosemary for additional flavor.

– “Taijarille fasciule e coteche” – Abruzzo Turismo (abruzzoturismo.it)
– “Taijarille fasciule e coteche” – Pescara Tourism (turismo.pescaraporta.it)