Salsiccia is a traditional Italian sausage that can be found in the Marche region of Italy. This region is known for its rich culinary heritage, and salsiccia is a popular ingredient in many local dishes. Some specific towns and communes in Marche where salsiccia can be found include Urbino, Pesaro, and Ancona.

In Urbino, you can find salsiccia at local butcher shops such as Macelleria Biologica and Macelleria F.lli Bucci. These shops offer high-quality sausages made with locally sourced ingredients. In Pesaro, you can visit Salumeria del Gusto or Salumeria del Corso to find salsiccia. These stores offer a wide variety of cured meats and sausages, including the traditional salsiccia.

One popular recipe that features salsiccia is “Salsiccia con Fagioli,” which is a hearty dish made with sausages and beans. Another delicious recipe is “Salsiccia alla Brace,” which is grilled salsiccia served with a side of grilled vegetables.

Salsiccia from the Marche region has received the PAT (Traditional Agri-Food Products) recognition, which guarantees its authenticity and adherence to traditional production methods. Some specifications of this recognition include:

– The use of high-quality pork meat, typically from local breeds.
– The addition of natural spices and herbs, such as fennel seeds and black pepper.
– The absence of artificial additives or preservatives.
– The use of traditional production techniques, including hand-stuffing the sausages.

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– “Salsiccia di Urbino” –