Seadas is one of the best-known Sardinian food products outside the island. Originally it was served as a starter but latterly, it is eaten as dessert. Sebadas, sevadas or seadas, depending on which of the various Sardinian dialects you speak, are simple and rustic as a dish, just like the land from which they come.
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It contains approximately 12-14 pieces.
heat the seed oil up to 170 ° dip the seadas one at a time, fried them for a couple of minutes, then take them out and place them on a tray with paper to dry.
Keep refrigerated between 0 and 4 degrees Celsius
10 days shelf life
Once opened, consume within 2 days
The product may be frozen.
We recommend freezing the pieces individually.
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