Suino di razza Mora o Mora romagnola

The Suino di razza Mora or Mora Romagnola is a traditional breed of pig that is native to the Emilia-Romagna region in Italy. This breed is known for its dark coat and excellent meat quality. It can be found in various towns and communes in Emilia-Romagna, including Modena, Bologna, Ravenna, and Forlì.

If you’re looking to purchase Suino di razza Mora or Mora Romagnola products, there are several stores and shops where you can find them. In Modena, you can visit the Salumeria Giusti or the Salumeria Simoni. In Bologna, you can check out the Salumeria Simoni or the Salumeria Bruno e Franco. In Ravenna, you can visit the Salumeria Bruno e Franco or the Salumeria Giusti. In Forlì, you can find Suino di razza Mora products at the Salumeria Simoni or the Salumeria Giusti.

One popular recipe that showcases the deliciousness of Suino di razza Mora is the “Porchetta di Mora Romagnola.” This dish involves roasting a whole pig, seasoned with herbs and spices, until the meat is tender and the skin is crispy. Another recipe is the “Cotechino di Mora Romagnola,” which is a traditional Italian sausage made from the meat of the Mora Romagnola pig. It is typically served with lentils and is a popular dish during the winter months.

The Suino di razza Mora or Mora Romagnola has received the PAT (Traditional Agri-Foodstuffs) recognition, which is a certification that guarantees the traditional production methods and the quality of the product. Some specifications of this recognition include:

– The pigs must be of the Mora Romagnola breed.
– The pigs must be raised in the Emilia-Romagna region.
– The pigs must be fed a specific diet, including acorns and chestnuts.
– The meat must be processed using traditional methods, without the use of additives or preservatives.

Sources:
– “Suino di razza Mora Romagnola” – www.emiliaromagnaturismo.it
– “PAT – Suino di razza Mora Romagnola” – www.agricoltura.regione.emilia-romagna.it