|Place of origin||Italy|
|Region or state||Sicily|
|Main ingredients||Almonds, ricotta or mascarpone|
Ciarduna is a type of Italian pastry.
Ciarduna siciliana is a traditional sweet pastry from the province of Palermo, Sicily (Italy). It consists of an almond cookie shell filled with a ricotta or mascarpone filling. Some variants are also covered with a shell of chocolate or chocolate frosting and powdered sugar.
- active yeast
- Ammonia Baking Powder (ammonium bicarbonate)
- Homogenized milk
- crushed almonds
- icing sugar (when decorating the tops of the ciarduna's)
- "Ciarduna Recipe". Group Recipes. Retrieved 25 July 2017.