Patata di Trevico

Patata di Trevico is a type of potato that is native to the Campania region of Italy. It is specifically grown in the towns and communes of Trevico, Vallata, and Lacedonia. This particular variety of potato is known for its unique flavor and texture, making it a popular choice for many traditional Italian dishes.

The Patata di Trevico has been recognized with a Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) by the European Union, which means that it must be grown and harvested in a specific geographical area and according to certain specifications in order to be labeled as such. This recognition ensures that the potatoes are of high quality and have distinct characteristics that are attributed to their specific growing conditions.

One popular recipe that features the Patata di Trevico is the “Patate e peperoni al forno,” which is a simple yet delicious dish that combines the potatoes with roasted peppers, olive oil, and herbs. Another Traditional Recipess is the “Patate e fagioli alla trevicana,” which is a hearty soup made with the potatoes, beans, and other vegetables.

Sources:
– “Patata di Trevico” – www.agricoltura.regione.campania.it
– “Patata di Trevico” – www.qualigeo.eu