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Some people swear that Pignolata was introduced by the Sicilians to this country, while others call it Struffoli and guarantee it is a Neapolitan invention, born under the Vesuvio and brought here. In Calabria they call it Cicirata o Turdiddi, in Umbria and Abruzzo Cicerchiata. We are talking about the delicious pine cone shaped dessert made of deep fried balls of sweet dough dipped in honey or glazed, crunchy on the outside and light inside. (more)

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