Typical Sicilian Products

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Minnuzze of Saint Agatha

Minnuzze of Saint Agatha

From €40.00
The cassatella of Saint Agatha is in fact a small Sicilian cassata in the shape of small breasts. These are round-shaped cakes made with sponge...
Sicilian cassata

Sicilian cassata

From €40.00
The Sicilian cassata, from the Arabic quas'at, "bacinella" or from the Latin caseum, "cheese", is a traditional Sicilian cake based on sweetened...
Sicilian cannoli

Sicilian cannoli

From €30.00
Sicilian cannolo is one of the best known specialties of Italian pastry. As such it has been officially recognized and included in the list of...
Cassatella of Saint Agatha

Cassatella of Saint Agatha

From €17.50
The cassatella of Saint Agatha is in fact a small Sicilian cassata in the shape of small breasts. These are round-shaped cakes made with sponge...
Martorana fruit

Martorana fruit

From €40.00
Marzapane fruit or Martorana fruit (marturana fruit in Sicilian) is a typical Sicilian dessert (whose origin was in the Palermo area). It is a...
Almond paste

Almond paste

From €9.00
It is one of the most representative sweets of Sicily, where the pastry chefs work the almond in a traditional way with honey, to obtain a pure...
Soft almond nougat

Soft almond nougat

From €40.00
The soft nougat with almonds is a classic Sicilian dessert made with a soft dough based on dried fruit, egg whites, sugar and honey. This...
Torrone of Saint Agatha

Torrone of Saint Agatha

From €40.00
On a marble slab runs the spatula-like tool underneath the almonds with boiling sugar and honey, thickening what we will call Torrone with the...
Olivette of Saint Agatha

Olivette of Saint Agatha

From €30.00
Le olivette di sant'Agata (in siciliano alivetti o aliveddi ri Sant'Àjita) sono dei dolci tipici di Catania, preparati solitamente in gennaio e...
Orange peel smothered in...

Orange peel smothered in...

From €30.00
Chocolate orange rinds are simple and delicious sweets that can be found in pastry shops around the year, but which are even more common at...