Crostoli Recipe

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Crostoli Recipe

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Ingredients

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500 g Flour
3 Egg
30 g Sugar
50 ml Grappa
20 p Lard
1 pinch Salt
As you like Icing sugar
1 l Peanut oil

Nutritional information

30
Serving size
210
Calories

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You are looking for a dessert to celebrate Carnival in Italian sauce and you have found this crostoli recipe. Bravo! In fact, crostoli are a traditional Carnival dessert in Italy, made by frying a dough that closely resembles that of chiacchiere, frappe and bugie di Carnevale.

They are especially common in the Venetian and Ferrara area, where they are precisely called crostoli or galani di Carnevale and are part of the local tradition of fried carnival sweets. But let’s cut to the chase and get to the heart of this Crostoli Recipe! And remember, as always, Grandma is looking forward to reading your feedback on the recipe and seeing your results!

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Steps

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Pour the flour onto the work surface giving it a circular shape with a cavity in the center. In the cavity combine the sugar, lard, grappa and eggs. Then start working the dough with your hands.

2
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Once you have an elastic and homogeneous mass, roll it out with the help of a rolling pin until it reaches a height of about 3 millimeters.

3
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With a pastry wheel cutter, making sure to use the serrated part in case you have the model with both smooth and serrated blade, cut out from the pastry sheet many rectangles of equal size. Make a cut in the center, again with the serrated part of your pastry wheel cutter.

4
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Cook the crostoli in boiling peanut oil until golden brown on both sides.

5
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Retrieve then the crostoli with a slotted spoon and dip them in paper towels to wipe off excess oil.

6
Done

Dust them with plenty of icing sugar and serve.

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