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Angela:  You had asked for a recipe for a pastry that had chocolate and some other ingredients and was deep fried.  I had given a recipe for canoli; but I'm wondering if possibly this is th
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ANGELA F -IS THIS THE RECIPE YOU WERE LOOKING FOR?

posted at 3/7/2011 12:44 AM EST
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Angela:  You had asked for a recipe for a pastry that had chocolate and some other ingredients and was deep fried.  I had given a recipe for canoli; but I'm wondering if possibly this is the recipe you were looking for.  Didn't know how to bring it to your attention other than doing it this way.

I made a recipe like this with my grandmother when I was a little girl.  Never got her recipe.  However years ago I purchased the Ellis Island Immigrant Cookbook and it had the recipe in it.  I will type it for you.  Let me know if this is what you are looking for.

RAVIOLI DULCI (SWEET RAVIOLIS)

Dough

1 3/4 cups unbleached flour
2 tablespoons water
2 tablespoons dry white wine
1 tablespoon olive oil
2 egg yolks

Mix all together, forming a ball and place under a covered bowl for l/2 hour, then roll out thin and using a round cutter (my grandmother and I used a glass), cut out circular discs.

Filling

8 chestnuts boiled and peeled
l/4 cup almonds
2 tablespoons honey
1 square melted, unsweetened chocolate
1 tablespoon each grated lemon rind and orange rind
2 tablespoons candied citron
l/2 teaspoon each, nutmeg, cinnamon, vanilla

Mix thoroughly in food processor (we did not use a food processor.  they were not around then.)Fill the center of the circular disc with a full teaspoon of filling mixture.  Fold side to other side in a half moon shape and press sides together to seal.  Fry in very hot oil, drain on
towels.  After cooling sprinkle with confectioners' sugar.  Enjoy with strong coffee, either demitasse or expresso.


I hope this helps.  I hope you see this.  I was afraid that if I put it with your original question, that you might not go back to it and not see it.
Hope no one gets offended that I did it this way. 

Re: ANGELA F -IS THIS THE RECIPE YOU WERE LOOKING FOR?

posted at 3/7/2011 7:19 AM EST
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I don't know if Angela F was looking for this recipe but it sure does look GOOD to me!! LOL Wink

Re: ANGELA F -IS THIS THE RECIPE YOU WERE LOOKING FOR?

posted at 3/7/2011 7:45 AM EST
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Me too!  Sealed

Re: ANGELA F -IS THIS THE RECIPE YOU WERE LOOKING FOR?

posted at 3/7/2011 8:20 AM EST
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This sounds like a good recipe - one I want to try soon.

Re: ANGELA F -IS THIS THE RECIPE YOU WERE LOOKING FOR?

posted at 3/7/2011 8:50 AM EST
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it is a good recipe.

Re: ANGELA F -IS THIS THE RECIPE YOU WERE LOOKING FOR?

posted at 3/7/2011 9:42 AM EST
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Hi Marie this does look good I'm going to copy it and make it .Not too sweet either,my kind of recipe.

Re: ANGELA F -IS THIS THE RECIPE YOU WERE LOOKING FOR?

posted at 3/7/2011 1:02 PM EST
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Marie, except for the citron this sounds absolutely fabulous.  I will print this out and add it to my collection.
If you are so inclined... Click on the upper right corner and go to "Recipe Box".  When you get there click on "Add a recipe".  Type in the recipe and it will be there for me when I misplace the paper this one will be printed out on.  I say misplaced because things don't get lost forever they just are misplaced!

Thank you for the recipe not much wrong with any type of fried dough!  It is amazing how fried dough is in almost every cuisine.

Re: ANGELA F -IS THIS THE RECIPE YOU WERE LOOKING FOR?

posted at 3/8/2011 10:08 PM EST
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In Response to Re: ANGELA F -IS THIS THE RECIPE YOU WERE LOOKING FOR?:
Marie, except for the citron this sounds absolutely fabulous.  I will print this out and add it to my collection. If you are so inclined... Click on the upper right corner and go to "Recipe Box".  When you get there click on "Add a recipe".  Type in the recipe and it will be there for me when I misplace the paper this one will be printed out on.  I say misplaced because things don't get lost forever they just are misplaced! Thank you for the recipe not much wrong with any type of fried dough!  It is amazing how fried dough is in almost every cuisine.
Posted by nikki p


Nikki:  I will try to do that within the next week.

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