2 cups (250g) chickpea flour (sold in Indian shops under the name besan or gram flour) 3 cups (750ml) water 1 rounded teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons chopped fresh rosemary olive or vegetable oil for frying lemon juice and freshly-ground black pepper, for serving
Arancinis au fromage (style fondue au parmesan) Recettes | Ricardo
Arancine are one of the most traditional foods in all of Sicily. These fried rice balls resemble oranges - the Italian word for orange is arancia. They can be stuffed with a variety of mixtures, but a meat sauce, or ragu, is the most traditional. In Sicily, they are sold everywhere and we loved to see them sold on the street by vendors, in the airport or even gas stations.
Sfinci di San Giuseppe - Sicilian Doughnuts My favorite Eaten every March 19 for St. Joseph's day
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Kothu Roti - a spicy and delicious snack with flat bread, onions, eggs, and spices. You can put this together in less than 30 minutes. Go Indian food and snacks! #snacks #indianfood #kidfriendlyrecipes