Travel and Culture in Sardinia
In Posada and its territory the typical dishes are tasty and bound to the shepherd’s Sardinian tradition
In Posada and its territory the typical dishes are tasty and bound to the shepherd’s Sardinian tradition. We recommend you to taste the Curritholata (a soup made with beans, fennel, bacon fat and sausages), the favata (with broad beans cooked with bacon fat, sausages, pork meat and spices) and the Maccarones (a kind of home made pasta that is turned over a little and thin piece of iron that gives it the typical form of macaroni) served with various kinds of sauces.
The most used kinds of meat are: the lamb (cooked in a tomato sauce and fennel), the porceddu (roasted sucking pig) and the kid, prepared in different ways, all of them accompanied by very good wines as the Malvasia di Bosa and the Vermentino di Gallura.
Among the sweets we recommend you to taste the Aranzada, a typical torrone made with roasted almonds, honey and pieces of orange bark.
Posada photographies kindly granted by SunStudies - Posada (Nu)