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Easy Zeppole Recipe: Crispy on the outside, yet light and fluffy on the inside these mini Italian donut holes will become your new favorite breakfast treat. Best of all they take less than 20 minutes , can you guess what secret ingredient makes them so irresistible?
from Baking Beauty

Easy Zeppole

Easy Zeppole Recipe: Crispy on the outside, yet light and fluffy on the inside these mini Italian donut holes will become your new favorite breakfast treat. Best of all they take less than 20 minutes , can you guess what secret ingredient makes them so irresistible?

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from Great Italian Chefs

Sfogliatelle

Salvatore Elefante's traditional sfogliatelle recipe has the characteristic many-layered seashell shape of the classic Neapolitan pastry, along with the rich semolina and ricotta filling. These Italian pastries are often known as 'lobster tails' in reference to their shape.

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Easy Zeppole Recipe: Crispy on the outside, yet light and fluffy on the inside these mini Italian donut holes will become your new favorite breakfast treat. Best of all they take less than 20 minutes , can you guess what secret ingredient makes them so irresistible?
from Baking Beauty

Easy Zeppole

Easy Zeppole Recipe: Crispy on the outside, yet light and fluffy on the inside these mini Italian donut holes will become your new favorite breakfast treat. Best of all they take less than 20 minutes , can you guess what secret ingredient makes them so irresistible?

from Eugenie Kitchen

Mousseline Cream, Fancier Than Pastry Cream

Crème mousseline, mousseline cream – now I’m eating these and I’m loving it! What cream do you use for your cream puffs? Pastry cream or whipped cream? Now here goes an alternative for your cute little puffs: mousseline cream. It’s … Continue reading →

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from Condé Nast Traveler

The 12 Best Street Foods in Italy

#Zeppole — essentially deep-fried balls of dough — are said to have originated in Naples, but you can find them on street corners across #Italy . #streetfoods

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