The traditional recipe requires three days and has remained the same over the centuries, handed down from generation to generation through the teachings that the grandmother of the family, now too old to go to work in the fields, gave to her niece, too small to help parents in the hard work of the earth.
It is said that the family of a groom, who traditionally gave Gubane to the guests at the ceremony, as a symbol of good luck to the
marriage and as a sign of gratitude for participation in the wedding, it did not have enough for everyone. For this reason he decided to prepare, with the ingredients he had, some morsels that looked like the Gubana.
This dessert is a specialty that requires long pauses for leavening in order to obtain a very soft, soft and light dough.