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Tuesday
Mar192013

ZEPPOLE FOR ST. JOSEPH’S DAY

Most people know of Zeppole but if you ask different Italians you will get different answers on the shape, the consistency, filling or not filling, and everybody is an expert. Zeppole di San Giuseppe are Southern Italian pastries traditionally served for the Feast of St. Joseph on March 19. They are deep-fried or baked round dough balls filled with pastry cream or sweetened ricotta, topped with powdered sugar. They are easy to make: you only need flour, sugar, eggs, butter and olive oil for the pastry; flour, eggs, sugar and milk for (more)

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