Piedmontese cuisine

Piedmontese cuisine

Piedmontese cuisine

Piedmontese cuisine is another cuisine like the Aosta Valley cuisine that is very influenced by French cuisine

The Piedmontese cuisine is rich in dishes and / or typical products of the region. They range from products for sale, such as sausages and cheeses, to traditional culinary dishes.

they recognized 341 Piedmontese products as “traditional”. Piedmont is the fifth region of Italy for the number of products behind Tuscany, Campania, Lazio and Emilia-Romagna

 

appetizers

Piedmontese cuisine

The cured meats, in the Piedmontese gastronomy, are served as an appetizer. Other typical Piedmontese appetizers are:

anchovies, desalted and put in oil, or tomini in bagnet verd or bagnet ross
Batsoà pig leg
raw meat Albese style
caponet
cognà
mocetta
peppers with the bagna càuda
salada ‘d carn croa (“raw meat salad”, in adequate quantities can also form a second course)
sàutissa ‘d còj
Moncalieri tripe
vitello tonnato

Piedmontese cuisine

Vitello Tonnato

First dishes

 

Piedmontese cuisine

agnolòt (Ravioli)
agnolòt dël plin
gnocchis with Castelmagno cheese
panissa (risotto with beans, onion, Barbera red wine, pork lard, salt and pepper)
polenta consa (seasoned polenta)
risotto with Barolo wine
Tajarin (handmade egg noodles)

Piedmontese cuisine

Main courses

Piedmontese cuisine
lamb sambucano
mixed boiled meat
brasà (beef stewed with Barolo)
boiled capon
deer at the civet
gray rabbit of Carmagnola
hen of Saluzzo
fried porcini mushrooms

Desserts

Piedmontese cuisine
amaretti from Mombaruzzo
Lady’s Kisses
Bonet
brut and bon
canestrelli
cuneese with rum
finocchini
focaccia di Susa
focaccia of Chieri
fricieuj ëd pom (apple fritters)
gianduiotto
Krumiri of Casale Monferrato
Marron glace
cream meringue and meringata (cake)
hazelnuts of Chivasso
panna cotta
meliga paste
torcetti
hazelnut cake
Chestnut cake
nougat of hazelnuts
lost pien (stuffed peaches)

Piedmontese cuisine

Piedmontese cuisine

Cold cuts and sausages

The cold cuts, in Piedmontese gastronomy, are normally served as appetizers; they are also used for snacks.

Cuneo ham
Cooked salami
Cuneo salami
Donkey salami
Salàm dël quels
Horse salami
Wild boar salami
Salami of Giora
Potato salami
Turgia salami
Salam dla doja
Goose salami
Goat salami
Flavored salami of Piedmont
Salamino of cow
Bra sausage

Piedmontese cuisine

Cheeses

Bra (cheese)
Bruss
Castelmagno
Cevrin of Coazze
Gorgonzola
Maccagno
Murianengo
Paglierina
Plaisentif
Raschera
Robiola
Robiola di Roccaverano
salignon
Seirass
Testun
Tomino
Toma

Piedmontese cuisine

Wine

Piedmontese cuisine

 

DOCG Piedmontese Wine

List of wines from Piedmont Wines with controlled and guaranteed denomination of origin (DOCG)

 

Alta Langa sparkling wine produced in the provinces of Alessandria, Asti and Cuneo

Alta Langa sparkling rosé produced in the provinces of Alessandria, Asti and Cuneo

Arneis

Roero Arneis produced in the province of Cuneo

Barbera

Barbera d’Asti produced in the provinces of Alessandria and Asti

Barbaresco produced in the province of Cuneo

Barolo produced in the province of Cuneo

Brachetto d’Acqui passito produced in the provinces of Alessandria and Asti

Cortese di Gavi produced in the province of Alessandria

Dolcetto di Diano d’Alba produced in the province of Cuneo

Erbaluce di Caluso produced in the provinces of Biella, Turin and Vercelli

Erbaluce di Caluso passito produced in the provinces of Biella, Turin and Vercelli

Erbaluce di Caluso sparkling wine produced in the provinces of Biella, Turin and Vercelli

Gattinara produced in the province of Vercelli

Ghemme produced in the province of Novara

Moscato d’Asti late harvest produced in the provinces of Alessandria, Asti and Cuneo

Moscato d’Asti Canelli produced in the provinces of Asti and Cuneo

Moscato d’Asti Santa Vittoria d’Alba produced in the province of Cuneo

Moscato d’Asti Santa Vittoria d’Alba late harvest produced in the province of Cuneo

Moscato d’Asti Strevi produced in the province of Alessandria

Nice produced in the Province of Asti

Roero produced in the province of Cuneo

DOC Piedmontese Wine

Wines with a registered designation of origin (DOC)

Piedmontese cuisine

Langhe Arneis produced in the province of Cuneo

Albugnano rosato produced in the province of Asti

Red Albugnano produced in the province of Asti

Albugnano Superiore produced in the province of Asti

Barbera d’Alba produced in the province of Cuneo

Barbera d’Alba Superiore produced in the province of Cuneo

Barbera del Monferrato produced in the provinces of Alessandria and Asti

Barbera Pinerolese produced in the provinces of Cuneo and Turin

Piedmont new Barbera produced in the provinces of Alessandria, Asti and Cuneo

Boca produced in the Novara provinces

Bonarda Pinerolese produced in the provinces of Cuneo and Turin

Piemonte novello Bonarda produced in the provinces of Alessandria, Asti and Cuneo

Piemonte Brachetto sparkling wine produced in the provinces of Alessandria, Asti and Cuneo

Piemonte novello Brachetto produced in the provinces of Alessandria, Asti and Cuneo

Bramaterra produced in the provinces of Biella and Vercelli

Bramaterra reserve produced in the provinces of Biella and Vercelli

Canavese Barbera produced in the provinces of Biella and Turin

White Canavese produced in the provinces of Biella and Turin

Rosé Canavese produced in the provinces of Biella and Turin

Red Canavese produced in the provinces of Biella and Turin

Carema produced in the metropolitan city of Turin

Carema reserve produced in the metropolitan city of Turin

Langhe Chardonnay produced in the province of Cuneo

Langhe Chardonnay Vigna produced in the province of Cuneo

Piedmont Chardonnay produced in the provinces of Alessandria, Asti and Cuneo

Piedmont Chardonnay sparkling wine produced in the provinces of Alessandria, Asti and Cuneo

Piedmont Chardonnay Pinot sparkling wine, produced in the provinces of Alessandria, Asti and Cuneo

Piedmont sparkling wine produced in the provinces of Alessandria, Asti and Cuneo

Cisterna d’Asti produced in the provinces of Asti and Cuneo

Colli Tortonesi Barbera produced in the province of Alessandria

Colli Tortonesi Barbera superiore produced in the province of Alessandria

Colli Tortonesi white produced in the province of Alessandria

Colli Tortonesi Chiaretto produced in the province of Alessandria

Colli Tortonesi Cortese produced in the province of Alessandria

Colli Tortonesi Cortese sparkling wine produced in the province of Alessandria

Colli Tortonesi Dolcetto produced in the province of Alessandria

Colli Tortonesi Dolcetto novello produced in the province of Alessandria

Colli Tortonesi rosso produced in the province of Alessandria

Colli Tortonesi new red produced in the province of Alessandria

Colline Novaresi produced in the province of Novara

Colline Novaresi white produced in the province of Novara

Colline Novaresi Nebbiolo or Spanna produced in the province of Novara

Cortese dell’Alto Monferrato produced in the provinces of Alessandria

 

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