Preparing the berlingozzo is really simple and allows you to take a dip in the Tuscan carnival tradition with a non-fried dessert.
Among the less known Carnival recipes there is one belonging to the Tuscan tradition. We are talking about berlingozzo, a donut prepared with simple and genuine ingredients , certainly already present in your pantries. This baked cake owes its name to a fifteenth-century mask which, in turn, takes its name from berlingaccio , meaning Shrove Thursday.
The Florentine berlingozzo is perfect if you are looking for an easy-to-prepare dessert that symbolizes the holiday but at the same time is perfect for breakfast and as a snack. Let’s face it, we really needed a carnival dessert that wasn’t fried and the fact that this has also been included among the Traditional Agri-food Products should be a further incentive to try it. Here’s how it is prepared with the simple recipe.
How to prepare berlingozzo with the original recipe
- Break the eggs into a bowl, add the egg yolks and sugar and whisk with an electric mixer until the mixture is light and fluffy.
- Scented with the grated zest of the two citrus fruits (some use aniseed liqueur) and add the oil, always with the whips in action.
- Finally, add the sifted flour with the baking powder, stirring gently from the bottom up to avoid disassembling the mixture.
- Grease and flour a donut mold of about 22-24 cm in diameter and pour the dough.
- Bake in the oven at 180 ° C for 30 minutes .
- Meanwhile, squeeze the orange and heat the juice in a pan 2 tablespoons of sugar to obtain a syrup.
- Once the cake is ready, take it out of the oven and let it cool before removing it from the mold and sprinkle the surface with the syrup.
- Decorate with colored sprinkles or with a sprinkling of icing sugar.
Among other things, this typical product is prepared with the same ingredients as the brigidini from Lamporecchio . Singular, right?
The berlingozzo can be kept under a cake bell for 3-4 days. We advise against freezing it.
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