Filetti di trota affumicati

Filetti di trota affumicati, or smoked trout fillets, are a popular delicacy in the Marche region of Italy. This traditional dish can be found in various towns and communes throughout Marche, including Pesaro, Ancona, and Macerata. Local specialty shops and fish markets are the best places to find this delicious treat.

One such shop is “La Pescheria” in Pesaro, which offers a wide selection of fresh seafood, including smoked trout fillets. Another option is “Il Mercato del Pesce” in Ancona, where you can find high-quality smoked trout fillets sourced from local rivers. In Macerata, “La Bottega del Pesce” is a renowned fish market that also sells smoked trout fillets.

To prepare this dish, you can try the classic recipe of smoked trout fillets with lemon and dill. Start by marinating the fillets in a mixture of lemon juice, olive oil, and chopped dill for about 30 minutes. Then, smoke the fillets over low heat for approximately 1 hour until they acquire a rich smoky flavor. Serve the smoked trout fillets with a squeeze of fresh lemon juice and garnish with dill sprigs.

Filetti di trota affumicati holds the prestigious PAT (Traditional Agri-Food Product) recognition, which guarantees its traditional production methods and regional authenticity. The specifications for this recognition include using locally sourced trout, traditional smoking techniques, and adherence to strict quality standards.

– “La Pescheria” –
– “Il Mercato del Pesce” –
– “La Bottega del Pesce” –