Marche: historic flavours and tradition
Marche is a Region very rich in food and wines: from the cheeses of San Leo to the hams of Montefeltro. Other famous products are lasagna and olives Ascoli-style.
A variety of products which is accompanied by an equal variety of wines: Piceno invecchiato, Lacrima di Morro, Rosso Piceno and Cornero, Bianco dei Colli Maceratesi and Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi e di Matelica.
FOOD AND WINE ROUTES ... THROUGH LE MARCHE
There are many places which narrate the food and wine traditions of Le Marche and the itineraries between the hills and the sea are a happy marriage of history, art, and flavours.
Mixed grill and mixed fry-up of the Adriatic are the two typical sea dishes that are always on the tables in Senigallia. Besides the brodetto, a broth that is very famous and is prepared with even 13 different types of fish.
The tastiest recipes
- mantis shrimps
- bread crumbs
Wash the mantis shrimp carefully and take the ends off. Chop a mixture of garlic, parsley, pepper, salt and breadcrumbs. Sprinkle the shrimps with oil and roll in the chopped ingredients. Cook the shrimps on the grill and serve hot.
Sgombro ai ferri
- bread crumbs
- olive oil
Clean the mackerel depriving it of the head and split in half (if small it is better to leave it whole). Season it with a little salt, pepper, breadcrumbs, olive oil and garlic all finely cut and leave it to flavour for about half an hour.
Then place the fish on the grill, paying attention when turning over. If you want, sprinkle the mackerel on the grill with white vinegar flavoured with fresh herbs.