Puccellato salato is a traditional savory pastry from the Campania region in Italy. It is commonly found in towns and communes such as Naples, Caserta, and Salerno. This delicious treat is made with a flaky pastry dough filled with a savory mixture of cheese, cured meats, and vegetables.

One popular recipe for puccellato salato includes a filling made with ricotta cheese, provolone, salami, and sautéed spinach. The ingredients are mixed together and then placed inside the pastry dough, which is then folded and baked until golden and crispy. Another variation of this recipe includes a filling made with mozzarella, ham, and roasted peppers.

Puccellato salato is a recognized traditional food product (PAT) in Italy. This recognition ensures that the recipe and production methods adhere to specific specifications and traditions. The use of local and high-quality ingredients is emphasized, and the pastry must be made with a specific type of flour and shaped in a particular way.

Sources:
– “Puccellato salato: la ricetta originale” – Giallo Zafferano (giallozafferano.it)
– “Puccellato salato” – Cucina Italiana (cucinaitaliana.it)