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RECIPE: Looking for this unusual Italian dessert recipe

Posted by CindyBelleZ6NJ (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 24, 03 at 18:17

Hi, I also posted this on the recipe exchange forum. I am looking for an Italian dessert, I don't know what it is called. It is a deep fried dough, shaped like a ravioli, dusted in regular granulated sugar. The filling is a paste made of chocolate, chick peas, and possibly some kind of nut, there could be some flavoring in it, etc. Does anyone know this? My Dad, not a sweets person, loved these, and the maker wouldn't share her recipe. Both of them have passed on, but I would like to make these in his memory for his grandchildren. Any help is much appreciated, thank you.


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RE: RECIPE: Looking for this unusual Italian dessert recipe

Did you see the two replies on the Recipe Exchange?

Here is a link that might be useful: Recipe Exchange


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RE: RECIPE: Looking for this unusual Italian dessert recipe

Thank you both so much, I will try them both, they look good, don't they?


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RE: RECIPE: Looking for this unusual Italian dessert recipe

You're very welcome!


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