The quesada pasiega is a typical sweet from Cantabria that is made up of curdled cow's milk, butter, wheat flour, eggs and sugar. All these ingredients are baked. In addition, lemon and cinnamon are added to enhance its flavor. You have all the information in: «The typical dishes of Spain by autonomous communities«.

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