Pan dei Siori

VENETO, VERONA

Recipe

Raisins | Orange and Citron | Walnuts | Almonds | Figs

A sweet of ancient tradition, pan dei signori is a naturally leavened pastry scented with spices and rich in candied fruits and nuts. Pierluigi Perbellini – Pasticceria Perbellini | Verona

“Our history began in the middle of the 19th-century and has always had at its center passion for our work and the willingness of our family to propose unique, handmade products. This era was marked by historical vicissitudes, invasions and conquests that brought different and foreign cultures and novelties to Verona.”
Pan dei Siori is a centuries old sweet, a rich, baked good that only nobles could afford. Today you’ll find it boasts a new look, thanks to its jar cooking method. A timeless recipe interpreted in a contemporary way.

Pierluigi Perbellini Bio :

Pasticceria Perbellini was born in 1872 in Bovolone in the province of Verona. Specializing in baked goods, the pasticceria has become famous throughout the years for its symbolic products like l’Offella, Millefoglie Strachin, Dolce d’Orato and Pan dei Siori.

The pasticceria is still today run by the Perbellini family and is one of the most renowned in Italy.

Pierluigi, of the newest generation, carries forward the tradition of classic pastry, with an eye towards new techniques and ingredients to keep regulars on their toes.

Scheda prodotto

Product Pan dei Siori
Product Code
Description
Pound cake with nuts and dried fruit
Net Weight:
280 g
Ingredients
Grade A eggs, butter (milk), 0 flour, candied orange, figs, sugar, walnuts, corn flour, salt, leavening agent (ammonium bicarbonate, sodium bicarbonate, cream of tartar), natural flavors.
Allergens
Gluten, egg, milk and derivatives, nuts
Average nutritional values
for 100g of the product
Energy value: 1599 kj/382 kcal
Protein: 6 g
Fats: 20 g
Saturated fats: 6 g
Carbohydrates: 45 g
Sugars: 30 g
Fibers: 4 g
Sodium: 0,10 g
Storage
once opened keep for 4 days
Shelf life 4 Months

Pierluigi Perbellini

Pierluigi Perbellini

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