Seadas – LADL Flowchart Recipe

Origin: Sardinia

About: The Seadas, also known as Sebadas, are one of the most famous Sardinian desserts. Originally considered a second course, they are a typically prepared during Easter or Christmas and served to sheepherders when they would return home with their sheep after the long period spent out in the Sardinian pastures.

Some tips for frying: fill a wide pan with oil until it reaches a depth of one inch. When hot, fry the seadas until golden on both sides. Remove from pan and place on paper towel to soak up any extra oil.

To resemble a real seada flavor, try an orange blossom honey or a wild herb honey, such as thyme. Some also prefer the slight bitterness of a chestnut honey.


  • Pecorino cheese — Light Asiago cheese, Sardo cheese
  • Vegetable Oil — Olive Oil