Gialletti, gialetti, zalet, piadòt

Gialletti, also known as gialetti, zalet, or piadòt, is a traditional flatbread from the Emilia-Romagna region in Italy. It is a popular street food that can be found in various towns and communes of Emilia-Romagna. Some of the specific places where gialletti can be found include Ravenna, Rimini, Cesena, and Forlì.

In Ravenna, you can find gialletti at the famous Piadina del Melarancio shop, located in the city center. This shop offers a variety of fillings for the gialletti, including prosciutto, cheese, and vegetables. In Rimini, the Piadina del Borgo is a popular spot to enjoy gialletti, with options like squacquerone cheese and arugula.

One delicious recipe using gialletti is the classic “Piadina Romagnola.” To make this, you will need gialletti, prosciutto, squacquerone cheese, and arugula. Simply heat the gialletti on a griddle or in a pan, then fill it with prosciutto, squacquerone cheese, and arugula. Fold it in half and enjoy!

Gialletti has received the PAT (Traditional Agri-Foodstuffs) recognition, which is a certification given to traditional Italian food products. The specifications for gialletti include using specific ingredients such as flour, lard, salt, and water. The dough is then rolled out and cooked on a hot griddle. This traditional method ensures the authentic taste and texture of gialletti.

– “Piadina del Melarancio” –
– “Piadina del Borgo” –
– “Piadina Romagnola Recipe” –