Pandoli di Schio is a traditional sweet treat from the Veneto region of Italy. It can be found in various towns and communes in Veneto, including Schio, Thiene, and Vicenza. This delicious dessert is typically sold in local pastry shops and bakeries in these areas.

One popular recipe for Pandoli di Schio involves mixing flour, sugar, eggs, and butter to create a dough, which is then rolled out and cut into small rectangles. These rectangles are then fried until golden brown and dusted with powdered sugar before serving. Another recipe involves a similar dough, but the rectangles are filled with a sweet ricotta filling before being fried.

Pandoli di Schio has been recognized with the PAT (Traditional Agri-food Product) designation, which signifies its traditional production methods and ties to the local area. The specifications for Pandoli di Schio include using locally-sourced ingredients and following traditional recipes and techniques.

Sources:
– “Pandoli di Schio” – www.agraria.org
– “Pandoli di Schio: il dolce tipico della tradizione veneta” – www.veneto.eu