Besides tiramisu, is there any other Italian dessert as popular as the cannoli? The cannoli – the singular version being cannolo – are a Sicilian dessert that is believed to have come from Palermo. Meaning “little tubes” in Sicilian, the cannoli range in size and come in quite a few variations since immigrant Italians in America during the early 1900’s made adaptations to the original cannoli concept due to a limited availability. If you’ve been searching for an authentic Sicilian foolproof recipe for cannoli filling and crispy fried shells, this one’s for you! Buon appetito!
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