U’ pastzzott di Nova Siri is a traditional pasta dish from the Basilicata region of Italy. It can be found in the towns and communes of Nova Siri, Rotondella, and Policoro. This dish is typically made with simple ingredients such as durum wheat flour, water, and salt, and is shaped into small, twisted pasta pieces.

You can find U’ pastzzott di Nova Siri at local specialty food stores and markets in the Basilicata region. Some specific shops where it can be found include La Bottega di Nova Siri in Nova Siri and Antichi Sapori Lucani in Rotondella.

One popular recipe for U’ pastzzott di Nova Siri involves cooking the pasta in a tomato and basil sauce, and serving it with a sprinkle of grated pecorino cheese. Another recipe includes tossing the pasta with sautéed eggplant, cherry tomatoes, and fresh herbs for a simple and delicious dish.

U’ pastzzott di Nova Siri has received the PAT (Traditional Agri-food Product) recognition, which signifies its traditional and cultural significance. The specifications for this recognition include using durum wheat flour, shaping the pasta by hand, and following traditional methods of production.

– www.basilicataturistica.it
– www.agricoltura.regione.basilicata.it