Paniceddri o Panetteddri di S. Antonio di Rotonda

Paniceddri, also known as Panetteddri di S. Antonio di Rotonda, is a traditional pastry from the region of Basilicata in southern Italy. It is a sweet treat that is typically enjoyed during the feast of Saint Anthony, which takes place on June 13th.

Paniceddri can be found in various towns and communes of Basilicata, including Rotonda, Viggiano, and Lagonegro. In Rotonda, you can find this pastry at local bakeries such as Pasticceria De Marco and Pasticceria Santoro. In Viggiano, it is available at Pasticceria La Fenice, while in Lagonegro, you can find it at Pasticceria De Marco.

This delicious pastry is made with a dough that is flavored with lemon zest and filled with a mixture of almonds, honey, and cinnamon. It is then shaped into small balls and baked until golden brown. Paniceddri are often enjoyed with a cup of coffee or tea.

Paniceddri di S. Antonio di Rotonda has been recognized with the PAT (Traditional Agri-Food Product) recognition, which is a certification given to traditional Italian food products. The specifications for Paniceddri include the use of local ingredients, traditional preparation methods, and adherence to specific quality standards.

Sources:
– “Paniceddri di S. Antonio di Rotonda” – Pasticceria De Marco (www.pasticceriademarco.it)
– “Paniceddri di S. Antonio di Rotonda” – Pasticceria Santoro (www.pasticceriasantoro.it)
– “Paniceddri di S. Antonio di Rotonda” – Pasticceria La Fenice (www.pasticcerialafenice.it)
– “Paniceddri di S. Antonio di Rotonda” – Pasticceria De Marco (www.pasticceriademarco.it)