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Sicilian Cannolis
Cannoli are pretty essential to Italians, especially during the holidays. They're a must-have along with struffoli at Christmas, grain pies at Easter, and cassata cake and profiteroles on New Year's. They can be large, they can be small, they can be chocolate-dipped, and even chocolate-filled. This recipe, however, is as classic as they come.  My father used to say that my uncle wasn't coordinated because all he did at the bakery was make cannoli cream. It's a big fail for my uncle, but a plus for novice cannoli makers because it's simple!  For a large party, it's best to purchase the shells. They're not hard to find (try your local pastry shop or salumeria) and come in large and mini size. Click here to see A Sweet Tooth's Dream: 8 Fantastic Dessert Recipes.
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Chocolate Cannoli Cocktail
All you need are three ingredients to bring a cannoli-inspired cocktail to life. Just mix Faretti Biscotti Liqueur, Godiva Chocolate Liqueur, and milk together in a cocktail shaker, strain it into a martini glass, and slip away into sweet, cannoli paradise.
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Holy Cannoli Cupcakes
Oh, do I love cannoli, but the shells can be a huge pain to make. They take so long, they have to be just right, and when they break, it's game over. So one day when my girls and I were baking cupcakes (for Milania to take to school for her birthday), we decided to make a cannoli cupcake. It's really a regular cupcake, filled with cannoli cream, and then topped with a special chocolate frosting. I'm proud of my homemade cupcake recipe for three reasons: There's no vegetable oil in it, it's fairly light (½ cup yogurt and ½ cup butter instead of the traditional 1 cup butter), and you can whip up the batter in a snap in a single bowl. All the dry ingredients get mixed together and then all the wet ones get added in.
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These Sicilian treats are one of America's favorite Italian pastry.
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from NJ, USACannoli2 eggs, well beaten1/2 c. sugar1/4 c. melted butter or margarine1/4 c. vegetable oil1/4 tsp. baking soda1 tsp. cinnamon1 tbsp. white vinegar3 tbsp. cold water1 1/2 c. flourBlend ingredients together, adding one at a ...
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from NJ, USACannoli2 eggs, well beaten1/2 c. sugar1/4 c. melted butter or margarine1/4 c. vegetable oil1/4 tsp. baking soda1 tsp. cinnamon1 tbsp. white vinegar3 tbsp. cold water1 1/2 c. flourBlend ingredients together, adding one at a ...
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For Cannoli: In large bowl, combine flour, 1/4 C. sugar, cinnamon & salt. Cut in shortening till mixture is like small peas. In small bowl, combine eggs, water & vinegar. Add to flour mixture, till dough forms a ball. On lightly floured surface, ...
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lknowles
Ingredients: -----Pastry----- 2 Cup Flour 1 Tsp Salt 2 Tbsp Sugar 2 Tbsp Soft Butter, Cut Into Small Pieces 1 Egg, Beaten 10 Tbsp White Wine Oil For Frying 5 -Inch Long X 1-Inch In Diameter Cannoli Forms Or Pieces Of Dowel . -----Cream Filling----- ...
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Combine ricotta, 1 cup granulated sugar, and vanilla. Depending on firmness of cheese, stir or beat till smooth. Fold in chocolate. Cover; chill. Combine flour, 1/4 cup granulated sugar, cinnamon, and salt. Cut in shortening till mixture resembles ...
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For filling: Combine and beat until smooth (about 10 minutes with an electric mixer at medium-high speed). Stir in, mixing thoroughly, citron and chocolate pieces. Place mixture in refrigerator to chill. For pastry shells: Sift together first 4 ...
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Cannoli Instructions: Cut shortening into flour until mixture resembles coarse crumbs; stir in beaten egg. Gradually stir in red wine, mixing well. Shape the dough into a ball; then cover and let stand for 15 minutes. Turn dough out onto a lightly ...
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Mario Batali
Note: To make this classic dessert, it is essential to have metal cannoli tubes.
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