The Chestnut Roscetta della Valle Roveto is known for its sweet taste and reddish brown color and in this short article you will know in which territory it is produced, what are its uses in the kitchen and which are the festivals in Abruzzo where you can taste it.
What are the municipalities that are dedicated to this production?
The chestnut groves of the Roveto Valley (Aq) are located on the right bank of the Liri river between the municipalities of Canistro, Capistrello, Morino, Civitella Roveto, Civita d’Antino e Balsorano.
What are the uses of Chestnut Roscetta in the kitchen?
The Chestnut Roscetta is perfect to be used to make jams, in desserts and soups, but its most widespread and tasty use is as roasted chestnuts, or cooked on the grill.
In which festivals is it possible to enjoy it?
It is possible to taste it during the Chestnut Festival of Morino (Aq), the Chestnut Festival of Canistro (Aq), along the ancient rue Civitella Roveto (Aq). But also during the Autumn Flavors in Canistro Superiore (Aq), the Chestnut Festival Roscetta in Canistro Inferiore (Aq). These are events that usually take place during the month of October and in the Chestnut Festival in Rendinara (Aq) between October and November.