Polenta Bramata is a golden yellow cornmeal made from milling maize. Suitable for the preparation of polenta or typical sweets with a corn flour base (cakes, pancakes).
In some parts of Italy polenta rivals pasta as a preferred side dish. This delicious, finely ground cornmeal is a very important ingredient in Mediterranean cooking. You can serve a steaming hot bowl of polenta for breakfast, just add some milk and honey.
The Roncaia was founded in 1790 in Castelbelforte, a small country town in Northern Italy. Roncaia is located just a few miles from the historic town of Mantova. Montova is the home of great artists from the Italian Middle Ages and Renaissance. For five generations, the Roncaia family has been proudly and enthusiastically committed to producing the highest quality polenta possible.