Oropa. Eating Polenta Concia



To think that Oropa is just religion and mountains is reductive. Wandering within the walls of the sanctuary, or just outside it, one notices a conspicuous presence of restaurants. In each of them there is no lack of the typical dish par excellence of the place: 'polenta cunscia'. The term 'polenta concia' is used in different parts of Italy, but in the Biella area it indicates a very creamy polenta, in which plenty of fatty cheese (Toma of Oropa and Maccagno) has been melted and then served with melted butter.



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