Ciambelline al Vino

ciambelline al vino

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  • Reply Lisa September 30, 2016 at 8:59 am

    What a wonderful write-up! The cookies look delicious! What a great way to use wine! I’m so looking forward to the recipes to come in the next months!

  • Reply Daniela September 30, 2016 at 9:23 am

    Lovely post, Flavia. Thanks for sharing also the video about “la Vendemmia”! I love the graphic your friend designed. I want to try these ciambelline (that I’ve tasted before), and pair them with a good wine with anise notes. I like this kind of flavours very much!

  • Reply Rosemarie September 30, 2016 at 10:32 am

    Flavia, what a lovely post about one of my new favourite biscuits! I discovered these while in holiday around Lago di Bolsena last month. I had ones made with red wine. I’ve tried my hand at making them a few times but thanks to your write up, a couple of aspects which confused me about making them are now much clearer. I found that it took me a trayful of biscuits to get the shape I wanted from the dough. I wouldn’t mind trying to make these with aniseed but Luca (my husband) is not a fan so fennel it’ll continue to be…

  • Reply Carmen Pricone September 30, 2016 at 3:56 pm

    A lovely post Flavia! I also love these biscuits. I have made them with white wine and another time with vin cotto. It is one that you can continually experiment with by just changing the type of wine. Love your banner too, and what great way to end this months topic! Xx

  • Reply Yael @ Nosherium October 1, 2016 at 11:48 pm

    Such a lovely idea! Thank you for sharing even more Italian goodies with us!

  • Reply Marialuisa October 3, 2016 at 5:42 am

    Finally a little time to read your post.
    Wow, I love it. Thank you for your words, and great recipe. Love the banner. It is amazing.

  • Reply Patricia Turner August 4, 2019 at 9:19 pm

    My family is from Alatri and Boville Ernica (both in the Lazio region) and this recipe is almost identical to my mother’s. We do not soak the anise in the wine and we add lemon zest. Thanks for sharing a traditional recipe – most people only know the “star” and “flashy” recipes and it is nice to see the more traditional recipes represented! Thanks

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