Loto di Romagna is a traditional Italian cheese that originates from the Emilia-Romagna region. It is a semi-hard cheese made from cow’s milk and has a rich, creamy texture with a slightly tangy flavor. Loto di Romagna is produced in various towns and communes in Emilia-Romagna, including Bagno di Romagna, Santa Sofia, and Cesena.

You can find Loto di Romagna in several stores and shops in the region. Some recommended places to purchase this cheese include La Bottega del Cheeseo in Bagno di Romagna, Caseificio Sociale Santa Sofia in Santa Sofia, and Cheese e Salumi di Romagna in Cesena.

One popular recipe that features Loto di Romagna is the “Tortellini with Loto di Romagna Cheese” dish. To make this recipe, you will need tortellini pasta, Loto di Romagna cheese, butter, and sage. Cook the tortellini according to the package instructions, then drain and set aside. In a separate pan, melt butter and add sage leaves, cooking until the butter turns golden brown. Toss the cooked tortellini in the butter and sage mixture, then grate Loto di Romagna cheese on top before serving.

Loto di Romagna has received the PAT (Traditional Agri-Foodstuffs) recognition, which is a certification given to traditional Italian food products. The specifications of Loto di Romagna include being made from cow’s milk, having a minimum fat content of 45%, and being aged for at least 60 days. This recognition ensures the authenticity and quality of the cheese.

– “Loto di Romagna” – www.emiliaromagnaturismo.it
– “Loto di Romagna DOP” – www.prodottitipici.com