(and now you own a pasta roller!!!) Bake 15 minutes or until golden brown and crisp. Turn this out onto a clean work surface and knead the dough together, bringing in all the dry bits. Fae, Boil 1 cup of water and stir in the sugar. Cut the roll into 1/2 inch (15 mm) slices. It was born in the XVIII century in the Monastery of Santa Rosa da Lima in the province of Salerno. When you start to reach the end of your stretched section, stop and liberally grease up another section, stretching and rolling until all the dough is finished. It is super fast, easy and tasty) The dough is sealed around the filling, and the pastries baked until their ridges form as the layers of dough separate. Così buono! Wow! Aha, so THAT’S how they are made… I look at them every time I walk into a pastry shop, and they look so yummy (I can’t eat gluten, so it’s looking only for me…). Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. Jan 14, 2018 - Here we present the authentic Italian sfogliatelle recipe. Dec 20, 2019 - Explore Claudia Shirjang Canci's board "Sfogliatelle recipe" on Pinterest. Brava! http://bewitchingkitchen.com/2013/12/07/a-blog-award/. Oops typo: “leaf lard has almost NO pork taste” is what I meant to type. Woah! First off thank you so much for the sweet comment and kind words. See more ideas about Cooking recipes, Recipes, Food. Your finished roll should be approximately 10 or 11 inches (25 or 28 cm). Sfogliatelle is a kind of ridged Italian pastry made out of a dough quite similar to phyllo dough and stuffed with sweet, creamy filling. Allow the pastry to cool on the baking sheets for 5 minutes. Well, my hat is off to you, dear Sawsan. What a spectacular job you did with these – they look so flaky and delicious!! 1/2 cup (120 ml) (4 oz) (115 gm) granulated sugar I allowed the dough to rest for 5 minutes after every 3 turns. Congratulations on your success!! As for your comment about my photography (thank you :)), I did not take any courses but I did read and still read a lot online on the topic.I study pictures I love for color coordination, styling and light and do my best to learn from them. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. The crunch and crackle of the pastry layers, beautifully contrasted by the creamy filling, the hints of rosewater in the syrup. 1 cup (250 ml) milk Holding the cone in one hand, squeeze some of the filling into the cavity so it is full. This delicious pastry was originally prepared only for the Italian aristocracy during the Renaissance. Sandie challenged us to make a traditional Italian dessert, along with its American version – Sfogliatelle (or better known in the US – lobster tails!) The story claims that it started with a nun who wanted to make something sweet with the leftovers she had. Sandie offered us the recipes for sfogliatelle ricci, sfogliatelle frolle and lobster tail. Place onto the prepared baking sheet and very lightly brush the outside of each completed pastry with the butter mixture. Store-bought pie filling can be used in this recipe. It is simply irresistible.” I’m SOLD! At this point get your pasta roller or rolling pin out and ready. If you can let me know if it is an equal substitution and any other details listed about type of lard (leaf lard-which has almost pork taste might e type?)? Cheers! They are made from dough which is similar to phyllo, which is cut into discs and formed into a pocket to hold a creamy and delicious orange-flavored ricotta filling. Lard in the traditional recipe makes much more sense to me than shortening due to its ability to help create flaky layers. Do the same with the other two sheets of puff pastry, placing them one on top of the other. I can well understand how the name came about. The word Sfogliatelle is pronounced as [sfoo-llia-te-lle] in its plural form. There are two kinds of sfogliatelle: the ricce – “curly”, made with a sort of puff pastry, and the frolle – “sweet dough/shortbread”. I would not recommend using butter. Storage & Freezing Instructions/Tips: Thank you. I’m a Ukrainian girl raised in Philadelphia, PA. We lived near a German Bakery, Bavarian Bakery and of course an Italian Bakery. Alternatively, sift the dry ingredients into the food processor and pulse the butter into the mixture until it is blended and relatively smooth. Sfogliatelle comes from the Italian word for layers or leaves, and the pastry comes in two varieties: ricci, meaning curly, and frolle, meaning smooth. ( Log Out /  I will definitely make sfogliatelle ricci again, it is a dessert that is as tasty as it is beautiful. Serving suggestions: 2/3 cup (160 ml) (4 oz) (115 gm) fine semolina or cream of wheat It is then filled with a mixture of ricotta, semolina, sugar, cinnamon, eggs and some candied citrus and/or other fruit. Sfogliatelle ricci is a true melody of textures; the crunchiness of the pastry, the smoothness of the filling, eating it warm means that the heat will enchant you with the perfumes of the candied fruits and the cinnamon. I have to say that the process will seem more intimidating “when you read the recipe” than what it really is. https://www.greatitalianchefs.com/recipes/sfogliatelle-recipe I use Athens brand phyllo pastry sheets, which come with two individually wrapped sleeves of dough in the box. Working with one piece of dough at a time (cover the other pieces with a towel or plastic wrap), lightly flour a piece pass it through the pasta roller set at the widest setting. The dough is stretched out on a large table, or flattened with a pasta maker, then brushed with a fat (butter, lard, shortening, margarine, or a mixture), then rolled into a log (much … 2 teaspoons (10 ml) pure vanilla extract (or the seeds of one pod and 1 teaspoon of extract) I chose to make sfogliatelle ricci because it somehow reminded me of an arabic dessert that my kids love that is called warbat. Oh my gosh.. this is insane .. look at the amount of work and delicate handling.. only you could have done this.. and the final product shows it.. simply beautiful! Beat the shortening and butter together in your mixing bowl until very fluffy. The nun was in a convent somewhere in the Amalfi coast, where it all started. One last question. Phyllo dough The dough used in Sfogliatelle is actually not like phyllo dough. Ingredients Have a great Sunday. It looks so time consuming and intricate to make but the end product seems well worth the time investment! 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Preheat your oven to moderately hot 400°F/200°C/gas mark 6 and place your rack in the middle Just wanted to say the tiny snowflakes flitting across my screen on your site are absolutely charming! Scrape into a container, place plastic wrap directly onto the surface and refrigerate until needed (up to 3 days). The characteristic ridges form as the layers of dough separate during baking. After the first round, I stopped at no 6 on my pasta machine which meant I got a very thin dough but it was stretchable and did not dry in heart beat. Try to get the dough as even as possible, your goal is an even rectangle strip, about 4 inches (10 cm) in width. Who cares if it is messy in the center if it tastes divine! Take one slice of dough and place it on your workplace. This forms the dough and opens up the layers. Perfection! The Cook’s Thesarus suggests: She mixed the leftover semolina, lemon liqueur, sugar, and dried fruit. 4 oz (115 gm) shortening Bring to a boil, then lower the heat and slowly add the semolina (or cream of wheat), whisking quickly as to avoid any lumps. Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive free middle eastern recipes delivered to your email. It’s simple, yet effective. Blend ricotta cheese in a food processor until smooth. Butter has a low melting point that does not allow time for steam to raise the precious layers of pastry. I like that you use shortening and not lard – it makes the recipe more accessible to readers. Remove the dough from the refrigerator, unwrap, and place on a cutting board. I will be buying mine! Lard is made from pork. The origin of Sfogliatella. Mar 21, 2017 - Explore LexnGer's photos on Flickr. Press Esc to cancel. While the sfogliatelle is best eaten on the day it is made,you can  till store them for a day in the fridge and then reheat them in the oven before serving. Thank you for this beautiful recipe and pictorial! I look forward to making recipes from your culture and learning about your food traditions! Wrap the roll in plastic wrap and chill for at least 2 hours or overnight. Sfogliatelle are a light and crispy favorite created in the 17th century. Change ). Work the water in with your fingers (or in the mixer). If you break down the work over a few days, prepare the dough and the filling on day one and then roll and fill the dough on day two, you will find that the recipe is not as scary as it first seems. I’m really loving the template/theme of this website. It’s actually way easier than it looks: Start with frozen phyllo dough and brush it with melted butter. ( Log Out /  Light, Crispy Favorite with Orange-flavored Ricotta Filling. Now, to make the filling. Same with pie crusts. Joanne, Absolutely stunning – and what patience you have! What thin pastry but how gorgeous is the result. I know commercial bakeries substitute shortening and I have not liked the way the shortening feels in the mouth. You might actually find it to be fun!and I have to say that the end result is more than worth the effort! I have boards on pinterest for color matching, styling and photography. Sorry, “have you tried using ONLY vegetable shortening?”. I’m happy to buy mine from an Italian bakery. Clever lady! I am very impressed with your results and will have to try! https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/ricotta-filled-pastries-104911 These are best served warm with a sprinkling of confectioners’ sugar on the day they are made. Super thin layers of crunchy dough filled with delicious orange and cinnamon flavored ricotta cream. Keep doing that until the dough becomes very smooth. Combine the flour and salt in a large mixing bowl and stir in the water, or use your standing mixer with the paddle attachment. Next, wrap the next thin dough sheet around the original sausage shape pastry dough, layering up to create one large cylinder. I love your photos! Pack Size: Small Size Sfogliatelle: 72 count This means that you give the flour a chance to absorb the water, that makes the dough much easier to work with. Hello Anne, The challenge host suggested shortening as a good alternative for texture.Using all butter would not have given you the crispy crunchy layers. Place one piece of a strip on your clean work surface and paint (or smear) it liberally with the butter mixture. (you can also use mini chocolate chips Or pistachios, the possibilities are endless) This will release any air pockets and tighten the roll. Available from our sister company, The Cannoli Factory. There are quite a few bloggers with photography that I love. Maybe an all butter filling will result in the butter melting too quickly and your sfogliatelle will fry in a puddle of butter instead of baking beautifully, I am not sure. I will let you know how it turns out. Sfogliatelle Ricce is an iconic Italian pastry originated in Napoli, Campagnia region. I’ve been missing your blog for far too long and now that I’m back I know you’ll just be making me hungry *all* the time! I see that you mentioned you could not use lard for religious reasons. These are so gorgeous!! My other advice would be to divide the dough into 8 parts as opposed to 4 and work with one small segment at a time. Roll out the dough then fold the dough in half  and give the dough a quarter turn and roll again. This dough is very different though and perhaps this mix of shortening and butter is key. Check out her blog and I am sure you will fall in love with the pictures , Last but not least, I deeply appreciate your gentle comment. Heat the oven to 350 degrees. You should end up with a long 4 inch (10 cm) wide strip. Tip: With any dry dough it helps if you cover the dough with a wet cloth and allow it to hydrate for 15 minutes. 1 teaspoon (5 gm) ground cinnamon (you can increase or decrease the amount to your liking) And yes..in the South of Italy lard is used instead of butter This delicious pastry is one of the most famous of the pasticceria Napoletana, very delicious. It is an elaboration that was the result of chance, like many other creations that today are authentic works of art. Repeat the procedure with the second piece of pastry dough. They are made from dough which is similar to phyllo, which is cut into discs and formed into a pocket to hold a creamy and delicious orange-flavored ricotta filling. Slice off about an inch (30 mm) from each end so that they are straight and even. Sfogliatelle look like seashells when baked. As salamu alaikum, I noticed that you said you used lard in this recipe. The flakey, 1000 layers of super thin dough, shaped into a horn and filled with a scrumptious filling. I thaw one at a time. Lou. Is this correct? Beautiful dessert. No,that’s a typo.The original recipe called for lard, I used shortening instead. Sfogliatelle frolle is made from a dough much like pie crust, whereas sfogliatelle ricci is made from a phyllo-like dough that is rolled up into a cylinder, sliced into coins, and then formed into a cone that houses a filling of ricotta and semolina flavoured … Servings: 14-18 pastries, 3 cups (750 ml) (15 oz) (420 gm) all-purpose (plain) flour They do look divine. To this day, whenever I return to Philadelphia, I bring home boxes of Sfogliatelle, savoring one each morning with my coffee. A lot of times it’s challenging I on the other hand loved the challenge of making it! Put the semolina-ricotta mixture into a pastry bag with a 3/4 inch (20 mm) opening (A disposable pastry bag or even a ziploc bag with the corner cut off is fine too). If you don’t have puff pastry in hand, you can make turnovers using the pie crust or phyllo dough. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. LexnGer has uploaded 19472 photos to Flickr. https://www.tasteofhome.com/collection/phyllo-dough-recipes-dessert-edition I wish I had the time to make these – unfortunately not these days If only we could eat the pictures , Your ricci turned out perfect and your step by step photos are spot on.I’m so glad you enjoyed this challenge!! Press the open edges together to seal the pastry. 1/2 cup (1 stick/4 oz) (115 gm) unsalted butter, softened. Sfogliatelle riccia, it turns out is also made with a, flaky dough, similar to puff pastry or phyllo. We can only overnight to the following states: AK, AR, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, DE, IL, IN, KS, LA, MA, MD, ME, MI, NH, NJ, NV, RI, TX, VA, WA, WY. P.S. I personally used shortening instead of lard because I am a Muslim and I don’t eat lard. Roll up the dough and refrigerate for one hour. These delicious pastries are filled with a sweetened ricotta cream and seminola with a touch of cinamon and orange. It seemed like a dessert that would hit the same buttons as … Combine the milk and the sugar in a medium saucepan. Spread the shortening/butter mixture over the entire finished log and starting in the middle gently run the hands down the length to extend the length another inch (30 mm) or so. Some bloggers used all butter and had the sfogliatelle turn out soggy, not sure if that was due to a problem in their baking technique or to the butter.I need to try this again with all butter and all butter-shortening to compare. to get that “perfect balance” between superb usability and visual appearance. Have a lovely day Do you have food photographers or bloggers who also do photography you admire? Many wonder how it came to the making of this delicious puff pastry. The options are endless, you can use apples, peaches, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries or pears. Shortening or lard has a much higher melting point that allows for the magic to happen. 1/3 cup (80 ml) (2 oz) (60 gm) candied orange peel (commercial or home-made) Oh Sawsan – they look so pretty! One single pastry is called “sfogliatella”. Lightly push the opening closed. Was the quantity the same? Defrost it in the refrigerator overnight before using. Best, Sandie, Hello Sawsan, Absolutely a’ma~zing. Warmly – Shanna. This is far and away my favorite pastry, ever. You put a big smile on my face. When cool, break into pieces and place into the bowl of your stand mixer, fitted with the paddle attachment (or a food processor), and add the ricotta cheese, egg yolks, vanilla and cinnamon. I am thinking about French croissants and working with phyllo where all butter is used. Do you think using shortening mixed with butter was a way to save money or is it needed for texture? Spread the mixture onto a lined baking sheet, about 1/2 inch (15 mm), to cool. It's a challenging recipe that requires a lot of time, some special techniques, a scale, and a … These are SO impressive – and so are you! Apply oil to the surfaces and roll the dough … teaspoon (6 gm) salt Gently pull the sides of the dough and stretch it, starting from the middle and going out, until it is about 8 or 9 inches (20 or 23 cm) in width. I definitely do not have the patience like you do. lard (1 C shortening = 1 C – 2 tablespoons lard) Warbat is a dessert made of layers of a very thin dough that are filled with cream and then drizzled with syrup. So beautiful, Sawsan! Place the milk, sugar, and salt in a sauce pan and bring to a boil. My son is a vegetarian and so the substitution is welcome for when I bake for him. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. Luckily your doctor didn’t come on vacation with you. Then fold the pastry and brush with egg wash. Add a bit of cream cheese and jam (or just jam. This clamshell-shaped layered dough (think of a thicker phyllo) is baked, split open and stuffed with cream or a ricotta-based lemon or orange-infused filling for a delectable treat that’s probably not on your doctor’s list of recommended snacks. It is so interesting to see this challenge interpreted by others across the globe. What a fantastic challenge. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe, and compliments for your beautiful photos. Pick up the piece and insert your thumbs on the inside with your forefingers on the outside meanwhile gently stretch the center to make it more into the shape of a cone. Begin from the short end and start rolling the dough into a very tight roll. I left exact same massage for Sandie of Crumbs of Love. Did you take any food photography classes? ( Log Out /  Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. Just read the comments where you mentioned you changed the recipe, using shortening instead of lard. What a fantastic job Sawsan. While labor intensive, they are so worth to do as you photo make me smile today which is priceless too! Rotate the dough and do this in all four directions. JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. They all told me, I should make it. That is why you will find that the center of my roll was messy. Very nice sfogliatelle Sawsan, I love the way your layers puffed up a bit. Despite how crazy life has been this month, I was determined not to miss this challenge, so I ended up starting the day before reveal day!Not a good idea when you have such a  demanding challenge to meet, a new pasta machine that you bought because of this challenge and still have to figure out how to use it and a flue that makes your head spin! Hello there, I just discovered your beautiful blog. It was only a few days ago, I was explaining to my friends what sfogliatelle/lobster-tails are and how they are made, including showing them a video from youtube. I myself admit I would like to attempt making the recipe the traditional way with lard to compare results. It is simply irresistable. Now I think understand why the original had a mixture and not pure butter. I’ve seen television programs where they’re made and they are so fussy looking that you have to take a lot of credit for undertaking the project. I wanted to let you know that I passed a little award to you… hope you like it! Thaw a roll of phyllo dough according to the directions on the box. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 72.229.150.20 (talk) 18:53, 19 December 2010 (UTC) If you are intimidated by the dough you can use the same filling with store bought puff pastry to make some very tasty turn overs. Place the sfogliatelle 1-inch apart on the baking sheets. 2 large egg yolks And of course, all butter is heavenly. “The crunch and crackle of the pastry layers, beautifully contrasted by the creamy filling, the hints of rosewater in the syrup. When one strip of dough is finished, overlap the end of one to the beginning of the other; continue to pull, stretch and roll up. Quantity of 6 included per order. As for the substitution. As I mentioned in the other comment, my substitution was for religious reasons. I responded, are you kidding me… only professional bakers can. Have you tried vegetable shortening? If needed, fold it over on itself a few times until you get an even strip. Remove the dough from the refrigerator and divide it into 8 equal pieces. What a beautiful pastry and your description and pictures make me want to jump on a plane and head to your house for a cup of coffee and one of these delicious pastry! These look fantastic! Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Cook, stirring often, until the mixture is smooth and thick, about 2 minutes. In addition, the blog loads super quick for me on Chrome. Superb Blog! http://cookingpleasure.livejournal.com/ is on top of that list. I must say you have deliver a awesome job with this. […] those wanting a crack at making them, look at the recipe here by WordPress blogger Chef in […]. The queen is undoubtedly the sfogliatella riccia (curly), made with a soft, flaky dough, similar to puff pastry or phyllo and filled with a mixture of ricotta, semolina, sugar, cinnamon, eggs and some candied citrus and/or other fruit. I will give this a try again soon and maybe I will try a part with butter only. , Sawsan. The dough will be very dry. It seemed like a dessert that would hit the same buttons as warbat so I knew the kids would love it. Knead the dough back into a ball and wrap in plastic wrap. I know you just made this but just can’t help wondering if any Italians forego butter! Wow ! The rolled dough for the Ricci  can be frozen for up to a month. Begin typing your search above and press return to search. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! G’day! Hello, ( Log Out /  You don’t want the layers to actually separate. The queen is undoubtedly the sfogliatella riccia (curly), made with a soft, flaky dough, similar to puff pastry or phyllo and filled with a mixture of ricotta, semolina, sugar, cinnamon, eggs and some candied citrus and/or other fruit. Press the dough as thin as possible with a rolling pin. Cover with a saran wrap and chill for 1 to 2 hours for the pastry to firm up. Fruit variations: I love to fill the turnovers with the seasonal fruits. One roll of dough goes a long way! If you feel absolutely compelled, add an extra teaspoon of water but it is supposed to be very dry. When ready to use thaw overnight it in the refrigerator and then proceed with the recipe. Slice into 1 centimeter thickness. Thank you for the heads up. Line 2 baking sheets with parchment. Once even, pass the dough until you get a thin dough (see notes). Simply amazing Sawson! It is a journey and I do my best to get better with time and practice. The name itself means multiple layers or multiple leaves in Italian, a reference to the look of the pastry after it has been baked. 1 1/2 cups (360 ml) (13-1/4 oz) (375 gm) whole milk ricotta, preferably fresh (you can make your own ricotta at home using this tutorial. The dough may be frozen for up to 3 months, at this time. I really wanted to make these, but just didn’t get them done (finding time in the kitchen with two little ones has been a daunting task for me!). It is then filled with a mixture of ricotta, semolina, sugar, cinnamon, eggs and some candied citrus and/or other fruit. Butter AND lard would give flavor and texture. These look extraordinary Sawsan, true! You do not have to seal the opening as the filling is too thick to ooze out during baking. Thank you Sandie for a great challenge, Sfogliatelle Ricci  With the heel of your hand, push out from the center in one direction. The person who posted the challenge suggested using shortening instead of the lard to achieve that light and airy texture you need for the filling. Sandie of the lovely blog, Crumbs of Love, was our November hostess. Fill each pastry cone with 1-2 tablespoons of the filling. Stir in the candied orange peel and lemon zest. Delicioso! Sift … I will correct the post. The Sfogliatella is world-wide recognized as a symbol of the Campania´s patisserie. :)). Thank YOU. The original recipe did not call for a particular type of lard. How to make phyllo dough shells. Brush on melted butter on one side. The mixture was used as a filling and put in the center of the two sheets of dough, which was previously knead… Hope you get lots of fun out of your new pasta machine . During the baking process, the dough that is used to make sfogliatelle separates, creating this appearance. Refrigerate and rest the dough for at 2 hours, or overnight. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. …and they look like a lot of work. zest of 1 lemon. Use your fingers to work the butter into the dough until it forms pea-like balls. Reading your writing, seeing your images, relishing your recipes—you are making the world a better place. Bake them in a preheated moderately hot 400°F/200°C/gas mark 6 oven for about 20 to 25 minutes or until they are a deep golden brown. It sure does look intimidating! This is why I wish we lived closer!! That will make your life much easier. I hope this helps. 3/4 cup (180 ml) warm water (about 100°F/38°C), Filling: semolina ricotta filling (see recipe below), To roll the dough you will also need Place into a bowl and set on the work space in easy reaching distance. I made the mistake of rolling the dough super thin (my pasta machine goes all the way to 9 setting) the resulting dough was paper thin and dried out very quickly and when I tried to stretch it it tore. The sfogliatelle frolle seem to be much more easier than the “ricce” but they are delicious too. In a large bowl, sift together the all-purpose flour, the semolina flour and salt. Thanks to Sally and Bewitchin Kitchen, I found your most wonderful blog. Sfogliatelle are a light and crispy favorite created in the 17th century. To reheat them, just place them in a moderate 350°F/180°C/gas mark 4 oven for about 5 minutes. Wow Sawsan, that is one hell of a challenge. My screen on your workplace you do not have the patience like you not. That are filled with a mixture of ricotta, semolina, sugar and... Edges together to seal the pastry and relatively smooth just place them a... 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