Biscotti glassati, also known as glazed biscuits, are a traditional sweet treat from the southern Italian region of Basilicata. This delicacy is made with simple ingredients such as flour, sugar, eggs, and almonds, and is coated with a sweet glaze made of sugar and lemon juice. Biscotti glassati can be found in many towns and communes of Basilicata, including Matera, Potenza, and Melfi.

If you’re looking to try this delicious treat, you can find it in many local bakeries and pastry shops throughout the region. Some popular places to find biscotti glassati include Pasticceria Caffetteria San Francesco in Matera and Pasticceria Caffetteria La Fenice in Potenza.

One popular way to enjoy biscotti glassati is to pair them with a cup of coffee or tea. Another delicious option is to use them as a base for a dessert, such as a tiramisu or a trifle.

Biscotti glassati has been recognized as a traditional food product (PAT) by the Italian government. To qualify for this recognition, the product must meet certain specifications, including being made with traditional ingredients and following traditional production methods.

– “Biscotti Glassati: la ricetta originale” (Giallo Zafferano)
– “Biscotti Glassati di Matera” (Ricette di Sardegna)
– “Biscotti Glassati di Melfi” (Ricette di Sardegna)
– “Biscotti Glassati di Potenza” (Ricette di Sardegna)
– “Biscotti Glassati di Basilicata” (Prodotti Tipici Italiani)