Cavolfiore “tardivo di Fano”

Cavolfiore “tardivo di Fano” is a unique and delicious variety of cauliflower that is native to the Marche region in Italy. It is specifically grown in the towns and communes of Fano, Pesaro, and Senigallia. This cauliflower is known for its late harvest, which gives it a distinct flavor and texture.

You can find Cavolfiore “tardivo di Fano” in local markets and grocery stores in these towns. Some recommended places to purchase it include the Fano Market, Pesaro Market, and Senigallia Market. These markets offer a wide variety of fresh produce, including this special cauliflower.

One popular recipe that showcases the flavor of Cavolfiore “tardivo di Fano” is a roasted cauliflower dish. To make this, simply cut the cauliflower into florets, toss them with olive oil, salt, and pepper, and roast them in the oven until they are golden brown and tender. Another delicious recipe is a cauliflower soup, where the cauliflower is cooked with onions, garlic, and vegetable broth until it is soft and then blended until smooth.

Cavolfiore “tardivo di Fano” has received the PAT (Traditional Agri-Foodstuffs) recognition, which is a certification that guarantees the traditional production methods and quality of the product. The specifications for this cauliflower include its late harvest period, the specific towns where it is grown, and the unique flavor and texture it possesses.

– “Cavolfiore Tardivo di Fano” –
– “Traditional Agri-Foodstuffs of Marche” –