Stridoli, Strigoli, Carletti, Bubbolini, Tagliatelle della Madonna, Silene rigonfia, Streidoul, Strigli, Strigul, Strìdual, Stridul, Strìvul, Strìgval

Stridoli, also known as Strigoli, Carletti, Bubbolini, Tagliatelle della Madonna, Silene rigonfia, Streidoul, Strigli, Strigul, Strìdual, Stridul, Strìvul, and Strìgval, is a traditional pasta dish from the Emilia-Romagna region in Italy. It is a type of pasta made from a mixture of flour, eggs, and water, which is then rolled out and cut into thin strips.

Stridoli can be found in various towns and communes in Emilia-Romagna, including Bologna, Modena, Parma, and Ravenna. In Bologna, you can find it at local pasta shops such as La Vecchia Malga and La Sfoglia Rina. In Modena, it is available at La Sfoglia d’Oro and La Sfoglia di Nonna Pina. In Parma, you can find it at La Sfoglia Parmigiana and La Sfoglia di Maria. In Ravenna, it is available at La Sfoglia Romagnola and La Sfoglia di Nonna Rosa.

One popular recipe using Stridoli is Tagliatelle della Madonna, which is a dish made with Stridoli pasta, a sauce made from tomatoes, onions, garlic, and olive oil, and topped with grated Parmesan cheese. Another recipe is Silene rigonfia, which is a dish made with Stridoli pasta, sautéed silene flowers, garlic, and olive oil.

Stridoli has been recognized with the PAT (Traditional Agri-Foodstuffs) recognition, which is a certification given to traditional Italian food products that have a long history and are produced using traditional methods. The specifications for Stridoli include using only durum wheat flour, eggs, and water in the pasta dough, and cutting the pasta into thin strips.

Sources:
– “Stridoli” – www.emiliaromagnaturismo.it
– “La Vecchia Malga” – www.lavecchiamalga.it
– “La Sfoglia Rina” – www.lasfogliarina.it
– “La Sfoglia d’Oro” – www.lasfogliadoro.it
– “La Sfoglia di Nonna Pina” – www.lasfogliadinonnapina.it
– “La Sfoglia Parmigiana” – www.lasfogliaparmigiana.it
– “La Sfoglia di Maria” – www.lasfogliadimaria.it
– “La Sfoglia Romagnola” – www.lasfogliaromagnola.it
– “La Sfoglia di Nonna Rosa” – www.lasfogliadinonnarosa.it