These sticky and sweet ravioli fritters are called sebadas and are a classic dessert from the unique and beautiful island of Sardinia. They are traditionally filled with local creamy sheep’s milk cheese (but any cream cheese can be used instead) and drizzled with fragrant orange blossom honey. They are one of the typical sweet recipes of the mountainous, sparsely populated area of Barbagia, which is located just south of the central part of the island.
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