Pane casareccio aquilano, also known as Aquilano homemade bread, is a traditional bread from the Abruzzo region in Italy. It can be found in various towns and communes of Abruzzo, including L’Aquila, Pescara, Chieti, and Teramo. This bread has a rich history that dates back centuries.

The recipe for pane casareccio aquilano involves simple ingredients such as flour, water, yeast, and salt. The dough is prepared by mixing these ingredients and allowing it to rise. It is then shaped into loaves and baked in a hot oven until golden brown. The result is a crusty bread with a soft and chewy interior.

Pane casareccio aquilano has been recognized as a Traditional Agri-Food Product (PAT) by the Italian government. This recognition ensures that the bread is made following specific specifications and traditional methods. The bread must be made using locally sourced ingredients and traditional techniques, preserving its authentic taste and quality.

Sources:
1. “Pane Casareccio Aquilano” – Abruzzo Turismo (abruzzoturismo.it)
2. “Pane Casareccio Aquilano” – Prodotti Tipici Abruzzesi (prodottitipiciabruzzesi.it)