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Cassata in the oven

Cassata in the oven

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Baked Cassata Recipe of of 22-12-2014 [Updated on 05-09-2017]

The cassata al forno is a typical Sicilian dessert, less famous than the classic Sicilian cassata, less laborious to make, but just as good. It is a dessert that is prepared during the holidays, especially at Easter and Christmas, it is prepared with a shortcrust pastry shell filled with ricotta cream and chocolate chips, the one that is also used in the classic cassata. After having eaten it a thousand times, and being an estimator of this dessert, I decided to prepare it myself to serve it during the company lunch that I prepared last week in my office, I made a great impression, they all fell in love with my baked cassata :) I'll leave you with today's recipe and I'll get to work, these days before Christmas are full of commitments, see you later;)


How to make cassata in the oven

Start preparing the sponge cake (here the procedure).

Then prepare the shortcrust pastry by putting the flour, butter, lard, sugar, eggs, yeast and grated lemon peel in a bowl.

Knead until you get a dough then make a ball and let the dough rest in the fridge for about 30 minutes.

Meanwhile, prepare the filling by working the ricotta with the sugar, vanilla and liqueur.

Then add the chocolate chips.

Now divide the shortcrust pastry dough into two parts. Roll out on a floured pastry board to obtain a sheet of about 3 mm thick, then line a mold with parchment paper and cover with the layer of pastry. Cover with strips of sponge cake and use the syrup.

Then add the ricotta cream and place the sponge cake on top of it.

Finally cover with the second half of dough, making the edges adhere well, and bake at 170 ° C for about 50 minutes.

Remove from the oven, let cool and sprinkle with icing sugar.

Video: Stunning Chocolate-and-Citrus Cassata Cake. Fu0026W Cooks (July 2022).


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