Brigidini di Lamporecchio
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The brigidini, typical of Lamporecchio, a small town in the province of Pistoia, are small, round, anise-shaped sweet, fragrant, crispy and very thin. Be careful because they are so good that they make like cherries: one pulls the other!
This product is very delicate: some sweets may break in the shipment.
The brigidini recipe seems to be born for a fortuitous case: towards the middle of the sixteenth century, the nuns of the convent of Santa Brigida in Pistoia, said "brigidine", mistaken the dough of the hosts, giving rise to brigidini.
Today the Brigidini is one of the most popular Tuscan products in the area and is inevitable in the country party stalls. Its composition is simple: eggs, sugar, refined flour and anise, which gives that particular taste and tasty.
The ones we propose here are handcrafted without added fat parts, no preservatives, dyes, or chemical additives.
Energy 1659 KJ/ 397 kcal
Fats 1,8 g
Saturated fatty acids 0,5 g
Carbohydrates 89 g
Sugars 48,6 g
Protein 6,2 g
Salt 0,003 g
|Place of production||Montecatini - Pistoia|
|Ingredients||Wheat flour type 1, sugar, fresh eggs, natural aniseed flavor.|
|Allergen||Gluten and eggs|
|Return policy||No (Art. art. 59 del D.Lgs 21/2014)|
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