Patacucci, Patacóc, and Patacùc are traditional Emilian sweets that can be found in various towns and communes of Emilia-Romagna, Italy. These sweets are typically made with a mixture of flour, sugar, eggs, and butter, and are often flavored with lemon zest or vanilla. They are then shaped into small balls or rings and baked until golden brown.

Some of the towns and communes where Patacucci, Patacóc, and Patacùc can be found include Bologna, Modena, Reggio Emilia, and Parma. These sweets can be purchased at local bakeries and pastry shops, such as Pasticceria Gamberini in Bologna and Pasticceria Caffetteria Pasticceria in Modena.

One popular recipe for Patacucci involves mixing together flour, sugar, eggs, butter, and lemon zest to form a dough. The dough is then rolled into small balls and baked until golden brown. Another recipe for Patacóc involves shaping the dough into rings and baking them until crispy.

Patacucci, Patacóc, and Patacùc have been recognized as traditional Emilian sweets by the Italian government’s PAT (Prodotti Agroalimentari Tradizionali) program. This recognition ensures that these sweets are made according to specific specifications, such as using only local ingredients and traditional methods of preparation.

– “Patacucci, Patacóc e Patacùc: i dolci tradizionali dell’Emilia Romagna.” Giallo Zafferano.
– “Patacucci, Patacóc e Patacùc.” Prodotti Tipici Emilia Romagna.