Sardinia typical sweet.
Seada original Sardinia sweet!
The new Ca del Sol blog post shows you
a typical Sardinia sweet “Seadas“.
The Easter week is the perfect time for
Seadas as it’s a traditional dessert of two important festivities
Easter and, of course, Christmas.
Here’s the dessert recipe with some pictures:
a filling of acid cheese, “semola” (durumu wheat),
flavored with grated lemon zest.
A pasta made with flour, “semola”, salt and lard, which is made
into thin paste sheets where is placed the filling and covered
with another pasta sheet.
It is cut with a cutter wheel and decorated with a stencil
that is called “Sa Pintadera“.
…decorating with Sa Pintadera:
Our delicious Seada is ready just to fry in hot olives oil:
Now is time to spill over it a little bit of
bitter honey (Sardinian corbezzolo honey):
We suggest you to taste Seada drinking sardinian wine like Moscato or Malvasia di Bosa,
it will be a perfect dessert!
These photos you’re seeing are the seadas prepared by Miss Itria from
Nuoro city our favorite cook (…and Daniela’s mom) that we’d like to thank very much! 😉
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