Carne bovina di razza Romagnola, Vidlò, Tor, Burela, Vaca Rumagnola

Carne bovina di razza Romagnola, also known as Romagnola beef, is a high-quality beef that comes from the Romagnola breed of cattle, which is native to the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy. This breed is known for its excellent meat quality, tenderness, and flavor, making it a popular choice for traditional Italian dishes.

You can find Carne bovina di razza Romagnola in various towns and communes in the Emilia-Romagna region, including Vidlò, Tor, and Burela. It is often sold in local butcher shops, specialty food stores, and markets throughout the region. Some specific stores where you can find Romagnola beef include Macelleria Zivieri in Vidlò and Macelleria Burella in Burela.

One popular recipe that features Carne bovina di razza Romagnola is “Tagliata di manzo,” which is a simple and delicious dish of sliced Romagnola beef served with arugula and Parmesan cheese. Another classic recipe is “Bollito misto,” a hearty stew made with a variety of meats, including Romagnola beef, and served with a side of traditional green sauce.

Carne bovina di razza Romagnola has been awarded the Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) status, which guarantees its quality and authenticity. Some specifications of Romagnola beef include:
– The cattle must be raised and slaughtered in the Emilia-Romagna region
– The meat must meet specific standards for tenderness, marbling, and flavor
– The entire production process must adhere to strict guidelines to ensure the quality and authenticity of the beef

Sources:
– www.emiliaromagnaturismo.it
– www.agraria.org