Cucciddatu di Rotonda is a traditional pastry from the region of Basilicata in southern Italy. It is specifically associated with the town of Rotonda, but can also be found in other towns and communes in the region. This delicious pastry is typically made with a sweet dough that is filled with a mixture of almonds, honey, and spices.

In Rotonda, you can find Cucciddatu at local bakeries and pastry shops such as Pasticceria De Marco and Pasticceria La Dolce Vita. These establishments are known for their high-quality pastries and Traditional Recipesss.

One popular recipe for Cucciddatu di Rotonda involves making a dough with flour, sugar, butter, and eggs. The dough is then rolled out and filled with a mixture of ground almonds, honey, cinnamon, and cloves. The pastry is then shaped into small crescents or other decorative shapes and baked until golden brown.

Cucciddatu di Rotonda has been recognized as a traditional food product (PAT) by the Italian government. This recognition ensures that the pastry is made according to specific specifications and traditional methods. Some of the specifications for Cucciddatu di Rotonda include the use of local ingredients, such as almonds from the region, and the adherence to Traditional Recipesss and techniques.

– “Cucciddatu di Rotonda” – Pasticceria De Marco (
– “Cucciddatu di Rotonda” – Pasticceria La Dolce Vita (
– “Prodotti Agroalimentari Tradizionali (PAT)” – Ministero delle Politiche Agricole Alimentari e Forestali (