Here is the traditional recipe of a typical Palermo pastry that is prepared on 19 March for the feast of St. Joseph and Father’s Day.
I bet there’s no one who hasn’t tasted Italian desserts at least once.
As we know Italian cuisine is one of the most popular cuisines in the world, and this undoubtedly also includes confectionery.
In fact, thanks to Italian pastry chefs who enrich traditional recipes day after day.
In Italy but also abroad everyone loves Italian desserts.
Tiramisu ‘, Pannacotta, Panettone, Sicilian Cassata, Baba’, Cannoli …… who can resist such goodness!
I present to you the Italian desserts that, from north to south, best represent our tradition!
I recommend: be careful with your blood sugar!
Panna Cotta: the original Italian dessert recipe is perhaps one of the most ancient desserts of our country, originally from the Piedmont region It is a simple dessert as simple are its ingredients: a mixture of cream, milk, and sugar. Nowadays is one of the…