Fiadone

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Fiadone (Corsican; pl. fiadoni) is a Corsican cheesecake without bottom layer, made of brocciu, sugar, lemon zest and eggs.[1] The Fiadone can have round or rectangular shape: it is baked in oven and served cold.

In the Italian regions of Abruzzo and Molise are known as Fiadoni large sweet ricotta-stuffed ravioli, served mainly at Easter.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Schapira (1994) p. 121

Sources[edit]

  • Schapira, Christiane (1994). La bonne cuisine corse (in French). Paris: Solar. ISBN 2263001778.

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