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Old 28-01-2006, 05:25 PM posted to rec.food.cooking
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Frappe o Chiacchere

Serves/Yields: 6 /8
Prep. Time: 20 min + sitting time
Cook Time: 4 / 5 minutes
Category: Desserts, Holidays, Cakes & Pastries, This and That, European
Difficulty: Easy

Introduction
Frappe, galani ,bugie, cenci, chiacchiere, same name for this sweet
threat. This is probably one of the oldest dessert called "frictilia"
during the roma empire. Nowaday is the most popular dessert for
Carnival.

Ingredients
1 1/2 cups flour
2 eggs
1 oz lard (you can use butter, but it's not the same)
1Tbsp granulated_sugar
1/2 tsp grated lemon zest
1/4 cup white wine
pinch of salt
Confectioners' sugar
Oil for frying

Directions
Make a well in the flour, add the eggs, the lard, and a little bit of
the wine, the lemon zest and a pinch of salt. Start kneading, adding
the rest of the wine , until you get a smooth dough. If it is too dry,
add more wine. Let sit for an hour, wrapped in a kitchen cloth, in a
dry cool place. On a floured surface ,roll the dough into a thin layer,
(1/10") with a rolling pin. With a pasry wheel, cut into stripes about
1" wide and 4" long. You can also make different shape like S, even
make a tie, just follow your fantasy. Fry in batches, a few at a time,
in plenty of oil, until golden brown. Drain on absorbent paper toweling
and sprinkle with confectioners sugar. You can serve them hot or at
room temperature. They last for a couple of days if stored in a paper
bag,(an airtight container would be best) but i'm sure there won't be
any leftovers to save when served to your guests...

source: http://www.yummyfood.net - Quick and easy international recipes


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Another typical carnival sweet thing is "Castagnole" (smal balls which you
fry in very hot oil). Do you know it?
Pandora
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Frappe o Chiacchere

Serves/Yields: 6 /8
Prep. Time: 20 min + sitting time
Cook Time: 4 / 5 minutes
Category: Desserts, Holidays, Cakes & Pastries, This and That, European
Difficulty: Easy

Introduction
Frappe, galani ,bugie, cenci, chiacchiere, same name for this sweet
threat. This is probably one of the oldest dessert called "frictilia"
during the roma empire. Nowaday is the most popular dessert for
Carnival.

Ingredients
1 1/2 cups flour
2 eggs
1 oz lard (you can use butter, but it's not the same)
1Tbsp granulated_sugar
1/2 tsp grated lemon zest
1/4 cup white wine
pinch of salt
Confectioners' sugar
Oil for frying

Directions
Make a well in the flour, add the eggs, the lard, and a little bit of
the wine, the lemon zest and a pinch of salt. Start kneading, adding
the rest of the wine , until you get a smooth dough. If it is too dry,
add more wine. Let sit for an hour, wrapped in a kitchen cloth, in a
dry cool place. On a floured surface ,roll the dough into a thin layer,
(1/10") with a rolling pin. With a pasry wheel, cut into stripes about
1" wide and 4" long. You can also make different shape like S, even
make a tie, just follow your fantasy. Fry in batches, a few at a time,
in plenty of oil, until golden brown. Drain on absorbent paper toweling
and sprinkle with confectioners sugar. You can serve them hot or at
room temperature. They last for a couple of days if stored in a paper
bag,(an airtight container would be best) but i'm sure there won't be
any leftovers to save when served to your guests...

source: http://www.yummyfood.net - Quick and easy international recipes



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On Sat, 28 Jan 2006 20:30:30 +0100, Pandora wrote:



(smal balls which you fry in very hot oil).


I'm not touching that one with a 10 foot pole.
snork

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Practice safe eating. Always use condiments.
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On Sat, 28 Jan 2006 20:30:30 +0100, Pandora wrote:



(smal balls which you fry in very hot oil).


I'm not touching that one with a 10 foot pole.
snork


I know you hate to fry
Pandora

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On Sat, 28 Jan 2006 20:30:30 +0100, Pandora wrote:



(smal balls which you fry in very hot oil).


I'm not touching that one with a 10 foot pole.
snork


'Sokay...because small balls rarely have 10 foot poles!

Lisa Ann




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True.
Castagnole are another italian carnival sweet thing along with zeppole
and struffoli (from Napoli)
Will look for a recipe and post on my website.
Ciao, Guido

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ha scritto nel messaggio
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True.
Castagnole are another italian carnival sweet thing along with zeppole
and struffoli (from Napoli)
Will look for a recipe and post on my website.
Ciao, Guido

http://www.yummyfood.net


Ciao! Andrò certamente a visitare il tuo sito. Struffoli are famous in many
italian regions! You can find them also in Marche region! But they are
harder than castagnole: in fact they are very little balls made of a certain
kind of short pastry and then fried. You make a mountain with balls and
cover with honey.
Pandora


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I can't see your web site because I should register me !?!
Cheers
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True.
Castagnole are another italian carnival sweet thing along with zeppole
and struffoli (from Napoli)
Will look for a recipe and post on my website.
Ciao, Guido

http://www.yummyfood.net



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Pandora,
I'm not sure if i'm posting twice,
anyway, you can see all the recipes at yummyfood for free with no
registration required.
If you would like to post recipes or post soething in our forums, than
you need to register.
It's completely free and we had to do the registration because of the
spammers, posting viagra links instead of recipes :-)
Ciao
Guido

http://www.yummyfood.net

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ha scritto nel messaggio
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Pandora,
I'm not sure if i'm posting twice,
anyway, you can see all the recipes at yummyfood for free with no
registration required.


Oh no! I have tried and it is no possible to look at the recipes!

If you would like to post recipes or post soething in our forums, than
you need to register.
It's completely free and we had to do the registration because of the
spammers, posting viagra links instead of recipes :-)


ofcourse!
Ciao
pandora
Ciao
Guido

http://www.yummyfood.net





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No registration required to see recipes.
registration only to post recipes, comments, or articles in forums.


these are links to some recipes
http://www.yummyfood.net/recipes-viewid268.html
http://www.yummyfood.net/recipes-viewid384.html
http://www.yummyfood.net/recipes-viewid150.html

You must be able to see them all, but your browser needs to accept
cookies.

Ciao,
Guido



"Pandora" ha scritto nel messaggio
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ha scritto nel messaggio
oups.com...
Pandora,
I'm not sure if i'm posting twice,
anyway, you can see all the recipes at yummyfood for free with no
registration required.


Oh no! I have tried and it is no possible to look at the recipes!

If you would like to post recipes or post soething in our forums, than
you need to register.
It's completely free and we had to do the registration because of the
spammers, posting viagra links instead of recipes :-)


ofcourse!
Ciao
pandora
Ciao
Guido

http://www.yummyfood.net





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Now I see! Beautiful , Thank you!
Pandora
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"guido" ha scritto nel messaggio
...
No registration required to see recipes.
registration only to post recipes, comments, or articles in forums.


these are links to some recipes
http://www.yummyfood.net/recipes-viewid268.html
http://www.yummyfood.net/recipes-viewid384.html
http://www.yummyfood.net/recipes-viewid150.html

You must be able to see them all, but your browser needs to accept
cookies.

Ciao,
Guido



"Pandora" ha scritto nel messaggio
...

ha scritto nel messaggio
oups.com...
Pandora,
I'm not sure if i'm posting twice,
anyway, you can see all the recipes at yummyfood for free with no
registration required.


Oh no! I have tried and it is no possible to look at the recipes!

If you would like to post recipes or post soething in our forums, than
you need to register.
It's completely free and we had to do the registration because of the
spammers, posting viagra links instead of recipes :-)


ofcourse!
Ciao
pandora
Ciao
Guido

http://www.yummyfood.net









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