Formerly, Ibiza’s typical dish was eaten on a specific time a year. In the case of the flaó, it is associated with Easter (it is traditionally prepared on Easter Sunday). Today, it can be eaten at any time of the year.
The flaó is a round cake made with egg, fresh sheep cheese or a mix of sheep and goat cheese, and peppermint leaves that give it its particular taste reminiscent of the Arabs, although it is of medieval origin.
Flaó d’e is the guarantee mark that includes all local registered manufacturers.
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