Peperoni ripieni alla lucana, Zafaran chin

Peperoni ripieni alla lucana is a traditional dish from the region of Basilicata in southern Italy. It is a delicious recipe that consists of bell peppers stuffed with a mixture of breadcrumbs, garlic, parsley, and various local ingredients such as sausage or cheese. This dish can be found in several towns and communes of Basilicata, including Matera, Potenza, and Melfi.

In Matera, you can find peperoni ripieni alla lucana at the local market or in traditional restaurants such as Ristorante Francesca. In Potenza, you can try this dish at Trattoria del Buongustaio or Osteria del Borgo. In Melfi, you can find it at Ristorante La Locanda del Duca.

Another traditional product from Basilicata is Zafaran chin, a saffron variety cultivated in the region. This high-quality saffron is recognized with the PAT (Traditional Agri-Food Products) recognition, which guarantees its authenticity and traditional production methods. Zafaran chin can be found in specialized stores and shops in Basilicata, such as Bottega del Gusto in Matera or La Casa del Gusto in Potenza.

Here are the specifications of Zafaran chin:

– It is cultivated in the fields of Basilicata, particularly in the areas of Montescaglioso, Ferrandina, and Pisticci.
– The saffron threads are hand-picked and carefully dried to preserve their aroma and flavor.
– Zafaran chin is known for its intense color and unique taste, which adds a special touch to various dishes.

– “Peperoni ripieni alla lucana” –
– “Zafaran chin” –