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post #21 of 26
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Originally Posted by gary s View Post

Nice Job, we saw these made the other night on the food channel  Wife want to try some   Great looking, makes me hungry   points1.png



Gary they are easy to make,I like the way these taste using the powder sugar,seems to make them not as sweat.Thanks for the point.

post #22 of 26
Great looking cannoli! Just saw your ricotta thread-excellent use of it. Looks delicious!
post #23 of 26
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Well to start I found a container of my Ricotta in the freezer and decided to make my Canolli Shells.So tomorrow I will be making the Canolli filling to go in these shells.


The dough has to be rolled out super thin.

I used a 3" cutter on the small Canolli Tubes.


Waiting for the oil to get up to temp

Used my electric fryer

Tongs and wire rack ready

First batch 

Some of them opened not to bad for a first time making them.

Finished with about 3 dozen

Will be filling these tomorrow

Thanks for looking 


post #24 of 26

All of that looks awesome i love canollis Mmmm good stuff


post #25 of 26
Looks great!. points1.png for the homemade shells they look great!! I have never understood why people like them but homemade ones could change my mind.
post #26 of 26
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Made the filling yesterday and I just filled a few shells,to bring next door for a little BBQ.


Shells and Filling

I used a disposable Pastry Bag to fill them

Thanks for looking


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