Fegatelli is a traditional Italian dish that can be found in the Marche region of Italy. Specifically, it is popular in towns and communes such as Ancona, Pesaro, and Macerata. This dish is typically made from pork liver and is often served as an appetizer or as part of a main course.

In Ancona, you can find fegatelli at local butcher shops such as Macelleria Marchigiana and Macelleria Zampini. These shops are known for their high-quality meats and Traditional Recipesss. In Pesaro, you can visit Macelleria Bucci to find fegatelli, along with other regional specialties.

One popular recipe for fegatelli involves marinating the pork liver in white wine, garlic, and herbs before grilling or frying it. Another recipe includes wrapping the liver in bacon and cooking it in a pan with onions and white wine. These recipes highlight the rich and savory flavors of the dish.

Fegatelli has received the PAT (Traditional Agri-Food Products) recognition, which is a certification given to traditional Italian food products. The specifications for fegatelli include using only pork liver, traditional preparation methods, and adherence to specific regional recipes. This recognition ensures the authenticity and quality of the dish.

Sources:
– “Fegatelli: la ricetta tradizionale” – www.gustoblog.it
– “Fegatelli: un piatto tipico delle Marche” – www.marche.com