Savoy Biscuits, or Italian Ladyfingers

Preparation info
  • Makes

    3 dozen

    • Difficulty


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By Nick Malgieri

Published 1990

  • About

These biscuits are named for the House of Savoy, Italy’s ruling family during the years of the kingdom of Italy (1861 until World War II). Excellent on their own as a light and relatively low-calorie cookie, they may be used as a component in Zuppa Inglese, and Tiramisù, (though I usually prefer to use thinly sliced pan di spagna for those desserts). Savoiardi keep well in a tin and are excelle