Caciotta is a traditional Italian cheese that can be found in the Marche region of Italy. It is a soft cheese with a mild and creamy flavor, making it a popular choice among cheese lovers. Some specific towns and communes in Marche where Caciotta can be found include Urbino, Pesaro, and Ancona.

In Urbino, you can find Caciotta at the local cheese shop “Caseificio Urbino” located at Via Bramante, 12. This shop offers a variety of artisanal cheeses, including Caciotta, made with high-quality ingredients and traditional methods.

Another place to find Caciotta is in Pesaro, at the “Caseificio Pesaro” located at Via Rossini, 25. This shop specializes in local cheeses, and their Caciotta is known for its rich and creamy texture.

One delicious recipe that can be made with Caciotta is Caciotta and Mushroom Risotto. To make this dish, you will need Arborio rice, mushrooms, vegetable broth, onion, garlic, white wine, butter, and grated Caciotta cheese. Another recipe is Caciotta and Prosciutto Panini, which requires Caciotta cheese, prosciutto, bread, and butter.

Caciotta has received the PAT (Traditional Agri-Foodstuffs) recognition, which is a certification given to traditional Italian food products. Some specifications of Caciotta include being made from cow’s milk, having a soft and creamy texture, and a mild flavor. It is typically aged for a short period, usually around 20-30 days.

Sources:
– “Caseificio Urbino” – www.caseificiourbino.it
– “Caseificio Pesaro” – www.caseificiopesaro.it