Frittelle di polenta is a traditional dish from the Marche region of Italy. It can be found in various towns and communes in Marche, such as Urbino, Pesaro, and Ancona. One place where you can find this delicious treat is at the local bakery, Panificio Marchigiano, located in Urbino. Another option is to visit the grocery store, Supermercato Marche, in Pesaro, where you can find pre-made frittelle di polenta.

To make frittelle di polenta, you will need polenta, which is a type of cornmeal, along with water, salt, and olive oil. The polenta is cooked until thick and then spread out on a baking sheet to cool. Once cooled, it is cut into small squares and fried until golden brown. The frittelle di polenta can be served as a snack or appetizer, and they are often enjoyed with a sprinkle of grated Parmesan cheese on top.

Frittelle di polenta has been recognized as a traditional food product (PAT) in the Marche region. The specifications for this recognition include the use of locally sourced cornmeal, traditional cooking methods, and adherence to specific proportions of ingredients. This recognition ensures the preservation of the Traditional Recipess and promotes the local culinary heritage.

– “Traditional Recipesss of Marche” –
– “PAT Products of Marche” –