Out of the many delicious dishes in Corsica that you should try, these Canistrelli cookies are one of the best Corsican treats you shouldn’t miss.
Corsicans typically consume Canistrelli, a traditional Corsican biscuit, as a part of their daily routine. Canistrelli is commonly enjoyed as a snack or with coffee, often in the morning or during breaks throughout the day.
Happy eating, and enjoy this classic Corsican dish.
Canistrelli Biscuit Recipe
This Canistrelli Biscuits recipe serves 4-6 people.
- Powdered sugar
- 1 sachet of baking powder
- 500g of flour
- 90g white sugar
- 90g brown sugar
- 12cl of olive oil
- 12cl of white wine
How to Make Canistrelli Biscuits
Here is how to make Canistrelli Biscuits the Corsican way. First, preheat the oven to about 180°C. You should have mixed the salt and baking powder, white and brown sugar, and flour by this time. Then, mix the olive oil and white wine until your dough becomes smooth and moldable into a ball. Spread the dough according to your preference; you can even opt to cut shapes out of your dough. Once finished, place the cut dough on the baking paper and coat it with powdered sugar.
Wait for the cookies to turn golden brown by baking them for 20 minutes at 180°C. Leave to cool and serve.
Corsican canistrelli biscuits are versatile and may be eaten at any time, but they are particularly popular with breakfast or as a treat with afternoon coffee. Canistrelli is truly a staple in Corsican cuisine and is enjoyed by all. Bon appétit!