Fusilli lucani con la mollica di pane, ferriciell cu la muddica, Fusill’ cu’ muddia

Fusilli lucani is a traditional pasta dish from the Basilicata region of Italy. It can be found in various towns and communes in Basilicata, including Matera, Potenza, and Melfi. The pasta is typically made by local artisans and can be purchased at specialty food stores and markets in the region.

One popular recipe for Fusilli lucani is “Fusilli lucani con la mollica di pane,” which features the pasta served with a breadcrumb and anchovy sauce. Another traditional dish is “Ferriciell cu la muddica,” which is a similar pasta dish with a breadcrumb and garlic sauce. “Fusill’ cu’ muddia” is another variation of the dish, featuring the pasta with a simple breadcrumb and olive oil topping.

Fusilli lucani has received PAT (Traditional Agri-food Product) recognition, which certifies its traditional production methods and ingredients. The pasta is typically made with durum wheat semolina and water, and it is shaped into long, spiral strands. It is often served with a variety of sauces, including tomato-based, meat, or vegetable sauces.

– www.basilicataturistica.it
– www.italia.it