Raviggiolo is a traditional cheese from the Marche region in Italy. It is a soft, fresh cheese made from cow’s milk. This cheese can be found in various towns and communes in Marche, including Urbino, Pesaro, and Fano. In Urbino, you can find Raviggiolo at the local cheese shops such as Caseificio Sociale Urbinate. In Pesaro, it is available at Cheese e Salumi di Marche. Fano also has several stores that sell Raviggiolo, including Caseificio Sociale Fano.

Raviggiolo is a versatile cheese that can be used in various recipes. One popular dish is Raviggiolo Crostini, where the cheese is spread on toasted bread and topped with fresh tomatoes and basil. Another delicious recipe is Raviggiolo Gnocchi, where the cheese is mixed with flour, eggs, and cooked potatoes to make soft dumplings, which are then served with a tomato sauce.

Raviggiolo has received the PAT (Traditional Agri-Food Product) recognition, which is a certification given to traditional Italian food products. The specifications for Raviggiolo include being made from cow’s milk, having a soft and creamy texture, and being produced in the Marche region. The cheese must also be made using traditional methods and ingredients, without the use of additives or preservatives.

– “Raviggiolo di Urbino” – www.marche.it
– “Cheese e Salumi di Marche” – www.Cheeseesalumidimarche.it
– “Caseificio Sociale Fano” – www.caseificiosocialefano.it