Ciambella di Quaresima cotta nell’acqua

Ciambella di Quaresima cotta nell’acqua is a traditional dessert from the Emilia-Romagna region in Italy. It is a type of cake that is typically made during the Lent period leading up to Easter. This dessert can be found in various towns and communes of Emilia-Romagna, including Bologna, Modena, and Ravenna.

In Bologna, you can find Ciambella di Quaresima cotta nell’acqua at Pasticceria Gamberini, a renowned pastry shop located in the heart of the city. They have been making this traditional dessert for generations, using the finest ingredients and following the authentic recipe.

Another place to find this dessert is in Modena, at Pasticceria Giusti. This historic pastry shop has been operating since 1865 and is known for its traditional Italian pastries, including Ciambella di Quaresima cotta nell’acqua.

One recipe for Ciambella di Quaresima cotta nell’acqua includes ingredients such as flour, sugar, eggs, butter, lemon zest, and anise liqueur. The dough is shaped into a ring and then boiled in water before being baked in the oven. The result is a moist and flavorful cake that is perfect for the Lenten season.

Ciambella di Quaresima cotta nell’acqua has been recognized with the PAT (Traditional Agri-Foodstuffs) recognition, which is a certification given to traditional Italian food products that have a long history and are produced using traditional methods. The specifications for this dessert include using specific ingredients and following traditional preparation techniques.

Sources:
– “La Ciambella di Quaresima cotta nell’acqua” – Pasticceria Gamberini (pasticceriagamberini.it)
– “La Ciambella di Quaresima cotta nell’acqua” – Pasticceria Giusti (pasticceriagiusti.it)