Pan co l’ùa

Pan co l’ùa is a traditional bread from the Veneto region in Italy. It can be found in various towns and communes in Veneto, including Vicenza, Verona, and Padua. This bread is typically sold in local bakeries and specialty food stores in these areas.

One popular bakery where Pan co l’ùa can be found is Panificio Zanini in Vicenza. They are known for their high-quality bread and traditional recipes. Another place to find this bread is Panificio Pasticceria F.lli Bortolini in Verona, which is famous for its artisanal bread-making techniques.

Pan co l’ùa is made using simple ingredients such as flour, water, yeast, and salt. The dough is shaped into a round loaf and baked until golden brown. The bread has a crispy crust and a soft, chewy interior. It is often enjoyed with local cheeses, cured meats, or as a base for sandwiches.

Pan co l’ùa has received the PAT (Traditional Agri-Foodstuffs) recognition, which is a prestigious recognition given to traditional Italian food products. The specifications for Pan co l’ùa include:

– The use of specific types of flour, such as type 0 or type 1.
– The dough must be made with natural yeast or sourdough.
– The bread should have a round shape and a weight of around 500 grams.
– The crust should be golden brown and crispy, while the interior should be soft and chewy.

Sources:
– “Pan co l’ùa: il pane veneto che racconta la storia di una terra” – https://www.gustissimo.it/articoli/ricette/pan-co-lua-pane-veneto.htm
– “Pan co l’ùa: il pane veneto che conquista tutti” – https://www.venetissimo.it/blog/pan-co-lua-pane-veneto/