Paccucce di Colmurano

Paccucce di Colmurano is a traditional dessert from the Marche region in Italy. It is a type of cookie that is typically made with almonds, honey, and lemon zest. This sweet treat can be found in the town of Colmurano, as well as other towns and communes in the Marche region.

In Colmurano, you can find Paccucce di Colmurano at local bakeries and pastry shops. One popular bakery that sells this traditional dessert is Pasticceria Cesarini, located in the heart of the town. They are known for their delicious Paccucce di Colmurano, which are made using a secret family recipe passed down through generations.

To make Paccucce di Colmurano, you will need ground almonds, honey, lemon zest, flour, sugar, and eggs. The ingredients are mixed together to form a dough, which is then shaped into small cookies and baked until golden brown. These cookies have a crunchy texture and a sweet, nutty flavor that pairs perfectly with a cup of coffee or tea.

Paccucce di Colmurano has been recognized as a traditional food product (PAT) by the Italian government. This recognition ensures that the recipe and production methods remain authentic and true to the region’s culinary heritage. The specifications for Paccucce di Colmurano include using locally sourced almonds, organic honey, and traditional baking techniques.

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