Piada coi ciccioli is a traditional dish from the Emilia-Romagna region in Italy. It is a type of flatbread that is typically filled with ciccioli, which are small pieces of pork fat and skin. This delicious street food can be found in various towns and communes in Emilia-Romagna, including Rimini, Ravenna, and Cesena.

In Rimini, you can find piada coi ciccioli at La Piadineria, a popular chain of piadina shops. They offer a variety of fillings, including the classic ciccioli. In Ravenna, you can try this delicacy at Piadina del Sole, a local shop known for its authentic piadina recipes. In Cesena, head to Piadina Romagnola, where you can enjoy a piada coi ciccioli made with locally sourced ingredients.

To make piada coi ciccioli at home, you will need flour, lard, water, salt, and ciccioli. Start by mixing the flour, lard, and salt together, then gradually add water until the dough is smooth. Let it rest for about 30 minutes, then roll it out into thin rounds. Cook the piadina on a hot griddle until it puffs up and develops a golden color. Finally, fill it with ciccioli and any other desired ingredients, such as cheese, greens, or cured meats.

Piada coi ciccioli has been recognized with the PAT (Traditional Agri-Foodstuffs) recognition, which aims to protect and promote traditional Italian food products. The specifications for piada coi ciccioli include using locally sourced ingredients, such as flour from Emilia-Romagna, and following traditional preparation methods. This recognition ensures the authenticity and quality of the dish.

– “Piadina Romagnola: la ricetta originale” – Giallo Zafferano (giallozafferano.it)
– “Piadina Romagnola” – Pasticceria Piadineria La Piadina (lapiadina.it)
– “Piadina Romagnola” – Piadina del Sole (piadinadelsole.it)