Figadèt is a traditional cured meat product from the Trento region in Italy. It is made from pork liver, fat, and spices, and is typically enjoyed sliced thinly as an appetizer or in sandwiches. This delicacy can be found in various towns and communes in Trento, including Trento itself, Rovereto, and Pergine Valsugana.

In Trento, you can find Figadèt at local specialty food stores such as Salumeria Trentina and Alimentari Trento. These stores offer a wide range of cured meats and other regional products. In Rovereto, you can visit Salumeria del Corso or Salumeria del Trentino, where Figadèt is also available. Pergine Valsugana is home to Salumeria Perginese, another great place to find this traditional delicacy.

One popular way to enjoy Figadèt is by serving it on a platter with other cured meats, cheeses, and bread. Another delicious recipe is Figadèt crostini, where thin slices of the cured meat are placed on toasted bread and drizzled with a balsamic reduction. This combination of flavors creates a delightful appetizer or snack.

Figadèt has received the prestigious PAT (Traditional Agri-Food Product) recognition, which guarantees its traditional production methods and high quality. The specifications for Figadèt include using only pork liver, fat, salt, pepper, and spices in the preparation. The meat is then cured for a specific period of time to develop its unique flavor and texture.

Sources:
– “Figadèt: il salume trentino” – www.visittrentino.info
– “Figadèt” – www.prodottitipicitrentini.it