Tagliatelle al ‘Tratt di Oliveto Lucano is a traditional pasta dish from the Basilicata region of Italy. It can be found in the towns and communes of Oliveto Lucano, Potenza, and Matera. The dish is typically served in local trattorias and restaurants, such as Trattoria da Pina in Oliveto Lucano and Ristorante Il Cantuccio in Matera.
The recipe for Tagliatelle al ‘Tratt di Oliveto Lucano typically includes homemade tagliatelle pasta, a rich tomato sauce, and a generous sprinkling of pecorino cheese. Another popular variation of the dish includes the addition of spicy nduja sausage for an extra kick of flavor.
This traditional dish has been recognized with the PAT (Prodotti Agroalimentari Tradizionali) designation, which signifies its status as a traditional and authentic Italian food product. The specifications for Tagliatelle al ‘Tratt di Oliveto Lucano include the exclusive use of local ingredients, such as durum wheat flour and San Marzano tomatoes, and the traditional preparation methods passed down through generations.