Riavulillo is a traditional dish from the Campania region in Italy. It is a type of pasta dish that is typically made with homemade pasta, tomato sauce, and various types of cheese. This dish can be found in several towns and communes in Campania, including Naples, Salerno, and Avellino.

One of the key ingredients in Riavulillo is the homemade pasta, which is usually made with flour, eggs, and water. The pasta is rolled out and cut into small pieces, which are then cooked until al dente. The tomato sauce is made by simmering fresh tomatoes with garlic, olive oil, and basil. Once the pasta is cooked, it is tossed in the tomato sauce and topped with a generous amount of grated cheese, such as Parmigiano-Reggiano or Pecorino Romano.

Riavulillo is a dish that has been recognized by the Italian Ministry of Agricultural, Food, and Forestry Policies (PAT). This recognition ensures that the dish is made according to specific specifications and traditional methods. The PAT recognition guarantees the authenticity and quality of the dish, preserving its cultural heritage.

Sources:
– “Riavulillo: la ricetta originale” – Giallo Zafferano (giallozafferano.it)
– “Riavulillo” – Accademia Italiana della Cucina (accademiaitalianadellacucina.it)