Quadrelli pelusi

Quadrelli pelusi is a traditional Italian pastry that can be found in the Marche region of Italy. Specifically, it is popular in the towns and communes of Ancona, Pesaro, and Fano. This delicious treat can be found in various local bakeries and pastry shops in these areas.

One bakery where Quadrelli pelusi can be found is Pasticceria Scarpellini in Ancona. They are known for their high-quality pastries and have been serving Quadrelli pelusi for many years. Another place to find this pastry is Pasticceria Boccione in Pesaro, which is famous for its traditional Italian sweets.

Quadrelli pelusi is made with a delicate pastry dough that is filled with a sweet and creamy filling. One popular recipe for this pastry involves mixing flour, sugar, butter, and eggs to create the dough. The filling is typically made with ricotta cheese, sugar, and lemon zest. The pastries are then baked until golden and served dusted with powdered sugar.

Quadrelli pelusi has been recognized with the PAT (Traditional Agri-Food Product) recognition, which is a prestigious certification given to traditional Italian food products. The specifications for Quadrelli pelusi include using specific ingredients and following traditional preparation methods. This ensures that the pastry maintains its authentic taste and quality.

Sources:
– “Quadrelli pelusi” – Pasticceria Scarpellini (www.pasticceriascarpellini.it)
– “Traditional Italian Pastries” – Pasticceria Boccione (www.pasticceriaboccione.it)
– “PAT Recognition” – Ministry of Agricultural, Food, and Forestry Policies (www.politicheagricole.it)