Cassata is a typical Sicilian dessert made with sheep and sugar ricotta cheese, sponge cake, real pasta and candied fruit. Its name derives from the Arabic qas’at, “bacinella” or from the Latin “cheese”. In ancient times this dessert was prepared in the Easter period in fact an ancient proverb says “petty who does not eat … Continue reading Sicilian Cassata vs Neapolitan Cassata: the challenge of Christmas!
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