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Cannoli III

Submitted by: Lesa Caruso 
When in a hurry I buy my cannoli shells from an Italian Deli. I drain my ricotta in a strainer covered with cheese cloth so the filling holds up longer. Very tasty and you can add more chocolate chips or less depending on your preference. 
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Cannoli

Submitted by: Lydia Nacawa 
Ana and Lydia's cannoli, recipe invented on July 31st, 2005. I spent a lot of time looking for a good recipe for cannoli shells and filling. Since no two were alike, and since instructions were a bit sketchy, I worked with a friend to come up with a good recipe, including some tips that we came up with along the way. Special equipment is needed such as cannoli tubes, a pasta machine and a pastry bag to help make these cannoli come out just like the ones at Italian restaurants and bakeries. Start with 1/2 cup of confectioners' sugar, and then add more to taste. 
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Cream Puff Shells

Submitted by: GINGER P 
These shells can be filled with sweetened whipped cream or a savory salmon mousse. They store well in the freezer before they are filled. 
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Sfingi

Submitted by: KITTYCATGRL 
A sweet batter made from ricotta cheese is deep fried and drizzled with honey and sprinkled with confectioners' sugar. Also called zeppole. 
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Cannoli Filling

Submitted by: Maria 
A simple filling for Italian cannoli cookies using ricotta cheese and citron fruit. 
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Gourmet Shells

Submitted by: Carol 
Fried cookies made with a rosette iron. 
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Cannoli

Submitted by: KITTYCATGRL 
Make your own classic Italian confection with this recipe filling prepared cannoli pasty shells with a mixture of chocolate chips and ricotta cheese. 
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Cannoli II

Submitted by: Jen Manning 
These are an Italian cookie with the traditional ricotta cheese filling. You will need a pizzelle iron and cooking cylinders to form the cookies. 
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Cannoli I

Submitted by: Rosina 
Six inch aluminum tubes are usually used to make the shells but I imagine you can improvise with well-scrubbed (3/4 inch diameter) dowels. Have fun. 
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Cannoli Cake Roll

Submitted by: shirleyo 
A decadent and rich jelly-roll style cake. Makes a wonderful showcase, well worth the effort! 
 
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