This famous Venetian dessert, also called “Fugassa,” is typically served on Christmas or Easter. Unlike Panettone or Pandoro, whose ingredients are established under strict regulations, the Veneziana Dolce recipe has no strict rules on its preparation. This is our recipe to make lots of mini versions of the cake which is perfect for entertaining or throwing a party. Feel free to play with the pairings as it works well with candied/dried fruit, nuts, or spices like cinnamon or cloves.
Veneziana Dolce ‘Mini’ Cakes Recipe
A luxurious veneziana dolce cake recipe that pairs a traditional sweet cake with a pearl sugar topping.