Agerola is known as "Città del Pane" - city of bread – nationwide popular brand that recognizes some Italian towns where this product assumes a special value due to the peculiar characteristics.
Agerola's local one is a traditional bread made of rye and wheat meal, rich in essential nourishing, to be eaten while freshly bakes (in which cases you can break it with your hands, just following the characteristic cuts along the crust.
Re-baking bread you would obtain the famous "Panbiscotto di Agerola", that might be stored fragrant for one month and over. You will surely appreciate even the popular 'Taralli', doughnut shaped. Taralli di Agerola are home-made bakery products, obtained through a manual work, following ancient traditional recipes. The biscuits are delicious, too! Classic rustic sweets seasoned with almonds and pepper, of 6-7 centimetres diameter and quadrangular or plait shaped.
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Its unique and special characteristics, very much appreciated even abroad, gives the name to "Fico Bianco del Cilento": once dried, the sweet peel gets light yellow coloured rather than chestnut brown if oven-cooked.