Fried Dough with Sugar and Cinnamon
Makes 1 Dozen Iris
As soon as I spotted iris, typical Sicilian street food, in the Capo market in Palermo, I knew I had to try one of these beautiful golden disks of yeast dough, coated with crunchy bread crumbs and cinnamon sugar. From the inside, a pleasant surprise of warm soft and creamy sheep’s milk ricotta cheese, sweetened with sugar and mixed with chunks of chocolate, oozed out. I even found myself licking my fingers after this most satisfying culinary experience. Since sheep’s milk ricotta cheese is not easy to find, use skim milk ricotta. Iris are best eaten the day they are made.
obviously like your web site but you need to check the spelling on several of your posts.
Many of them are rife with spelling problems and I in finding it
very bothersome to tell the reality then again I will surely come back again.