Carne di pecora Sopravvissana

Carne di pecora Sopravvissana is a type of sheep meat that is specific to the Marche region of Italy. It can be found in towns and communes such as Montelparo, Montedinove, and Force. The meat is known for its high quality and unique flavor, making it a popular choice among locals and visitors alike. It can be purchased at local butcher shops and specialty food stores in the region, such as Macelleria Fratelli Rossi in Montelparo and Macelleria F.lli Pierantoni in Montedinove.

One popular recipe that features Carne di pecora Sopravvissana is “Arista di pecora alla marchigiana,” which is a roasted sheep meat dish seasoned with herbs and garlic. Another Traditional Recipess is “Ravioli di pecora,” which is a pasta dish filled with a mixture of sheep meat, cheese, and herbs.

Carne di pecora Sopravvissana has been recognized with the PAT (Traditional Agri-food Product) designation, which signifies its traditional production methods and ties to the local area. The meat must meet specific specifications to receive this designation, including being sourced from Sopravvissana sheep raised in the Marche region, and being processed and prepared according to traditional methods.