Is Caschettas, Tiliccas, Tilicche or Tiricche, are traditional Sardinian sweets typical of Logudoro and Gallura, now found throughout the territory. They are generally made for Easter festivities. They have different names according to the areas where they are made and also have some differences in the various recipes.
It is a cake consisting of a sheet of durum wheat flour and lard with a filling of semolina and almonds and honey or cooked must, called saba, usually grape must saba, but in some areas prickly pear saba is used.
The shapes of the cakes are varied. We can find them in the shape of a horseshoe, ellipse, half-moon or even a heart, they weigh about 16/17 g, and their outer surface is crumbly and white.