Honey and cheese fritters (seadas)

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Michael Bonacini
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These light, golden fritters are a little bit sweet and a little bit savoury. 

These are inspired by one of my favourite Sardinian recipes. Seadas, cheese-filled fritters drizzled with honey, used to be served as a second course to tired shepherds who’d spent all day out in the fields. Now, it’s an after-dinner treat that is known all over Italy.Read More

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