The puff pastry obtained with the rolling pin is greased with lard pork. After, it is rolled on itself until it forms a spiral. It is left to rest for a whole night in the fridge and stretch in the shape of a disc.
Once cooked, it takes the characteristic puff pastry, crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.
It is typically eaten hot with cold cuts, cheeses and vegetables but it is also suitable for sweet tastes.
To cook your crescia fragrant and tasty, heat up in a non-stick pan, grill pan for 2 minutes per side or in oven for 5 minutes at 180°. Do not add oil or fat and do not heat up in microwave oven.
Allergens: The Crescia sfogliata contains gluten and eggs. It may contain traces of soy, lupine. Does not contain added preservative.
Packaged in a protective atmosphere. Refrigerate at temperature from 0 to +4°C.