Prosciutto di Pietraroja*

Prosciutto di Pietraroja is a type of Italian cured ham that is produced in the Campania region of Italy. It is specifically made in the towns of Pietraroja, San Potito Sannitico, and San Lorenzello. This particular prosciutto is made from the meat of pigs that are raised in the mountainous areas of the region, and it is known for its delicate flavor and tender texture.

The production of Prosciutto di Pietraroja is regulated by the Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) certification, which ensures that the ham is made according to specific traditional methods and using only the highest quality ingredients. The pigs used for this prosciutto are fed a diet of chestnuts, which gives the meat a unique and distinctive flavor.

One popular recipe that features Prosciutto di Pietraroja is a simple antipasto dish that pairs the ham with fresh melon. Another classic way to enjoy this prosciutto is in a pasta dish, such as Prosciutto di Pietraroja and mushroom tagliatelle.

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