Savoiardi are typical piedmontese soft cookies used for many recipes.
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Savoiardi are typical Piedmontese cuisine biscuits, used for the preparation of the tiramisu (sweet well loved by the Count of Cavour) but they are also eaten alone with zabaglione cream.
The history of the Savoiardi biscuits is very uncertain, according to legend, to welcome the King of France to visit, Amedeo VI of Savoy did cook by the court chefs a special cookies to impress the Kings. We are around the middle of 1300 and since that day the Savoiardi have spread throughout Italy and Europe thanks to the influence of the House of Savoy.
If the story of Savoiardi biscuits is quite uncertain, are very sure the lightness and delicacy of these cookies.
The Savoiardi biscuits are biscuits made in Piedmont and Dolcepiemonte takes them directly to your home.
Weight: 300 gr.
Main ingredients: sugar, flour, eggs.
Tip tasting of Dolce Piemonte: Must try together with zabaglione cream another typical sweet from Piedmont. This was the classic combination in the salons of the aristocracy of Turin of the ‘800.
Informations about the Manufacturer: The manufacturer of our biscuits is a pastry laboratory that since 1970 manufactures cakes and biscuits in Piedmont.
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