Cavolfiore “precoce di Jesi”

Cavolfiore “precoce di Jesi” is a type of cauliflower that is grown in the Marche region of Italy. Specifically, it can be found in the towns and communes of Jesi, Ancona, and Senigallia. This particular variety of cauliflower is known for its early harvest, making it available in the market earlier than other types.

In the town of Jesi, you can find Cavolfiore “precoce di Jesi” at local farmers’ markets such as Mercato di Jesi and Mercato di Piazza della Repubblica. These markets offer a wide range of fresh produce, including this cauliflower variety. Additionally, some grocery stores in Jesi, such as Coop and Eurospin, also stock this cauliflower.

One popular recipe that features Cavolfiore “precoce di Jesi” is a roasted cauliflower dish. To prepare this, you can cut the cauliflower into florets, toss them with olive oil, salt, and pepper, and roast them in the oven until they are golden and crispy. Another recipe is a creamy cauliflower soup, where the cauliflower is cooked with onions, garlic, and vegetable broth, then blended until smooth and topped with grated Parmesan cheese.

Cavolfiore “precoce di Jesi” has received the PAT (Traditional Agri-Food Product) recognition, which is a certification given to traditional Italian food products. The specifications for this cauliflower variety include its early harvest, compact and white florets, and its delicate flavor. This recognition ensures the authenticity and quality of the product.

Sources:
– “Cavolfiore Precoce di Jesi” – Comune di Jesi (jesi.sinp.net)
– “Mercato di Jesi” – Comune di Jesi (jesi.sinp.net)
– “Mercato di Piazza della Repubblica” – Comune di Senigallia (senigallia.sinp.net)
– Coop (coop.it)
– Eurospin (eurospin.it)