Pane di Altamura is one of Italy’s most well-known regional breads. It is made with hard wheat flour, grano duro in Italian, which is cultivated in the northeastern part of the Murgia region of Apulia. The flour is mixed with natural yeast, water and salt and left to rise for a couple of hours.
Some traditional recipes of Apulia
From Puglia, a region with age-old traditional gastronomy, the original recipe of calzone, a mouth-watering and Mediterranean dish with red tomatoes and black olives.
This is a typical hard wheat pasta dish from the Puglia region.
In this recipe, the cuttlefish are mixed with traditional Mediteranean ingredients like capers, olives and pecorino, giving life to a flavorful dish that tastes of ancient Rome.
Crisp and crumbly, this almond cookie recipe is one of the oldest dessert recipes around.