Muschiska and Gargano goat meat

Posted on Feb 15 2014 by Redazione


The muschiska is a meat that has been dried for about 20 days. It can be mutton, goat or calf, produced in Foggia, especially in Rignano Garganico. The meat must be from sheep, goat or calf, and then must be dried for about 20 days. It can also be topped with chili and garlic.
Gargano goat meat comes from kids fed with breast milk, adult animals grazing in and fed with cereal flours and pellets the barn. The meat should be stored in the fridge.