|The Big Oyster: History on the Half Shell|
|by Mark Kurlansky|
Before New York City was the Big Apple, it could have been called the Big Oyster. Now award-winning author Mark Kurlansky tells the remarkable sto...
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In a large ... form a seal. Fry until golden brown, remove gently and fill cannoli shells. Tip: Oil ... brown a 1-inch bread cube in just under 1 minute.
In bowl sift ... into 3-inch squares. Put metal cannoli tube diagonally on each square and bring two corners of dough over to meet in middle. Press to seal.
In a cup ... hour before filling shells. You will ... inch square. Place cannolis form diagonally on ... overlapping edge with water. Fry until light brown.
Sift together flour, ... oval around a cannoli tube and seal ... beaten egg whites. Fry two at a ... from oil, slide shell off tube and ... sprinkle with powdered sugar.
Combine flour, cocoa, ... loosely around a cannoli tube, overlap opposite ... ends together. Deep fry in oil or ... remove tube from shell by pushing gently ... and filled as needed.
Sift flour with ... 6 inch long Cannoli form or dowel, ... hot oil and fry 1 minute, or ... is used. Cannoli shells can be made ... tops with confectioners' sugar.
Mix flour, butter, ... squares. Place a cannoli tube from corner ... 390 degrees F. Fry cannoli, 2 or ... to break the shells. Cool completely ... up to 3 days.
Sift flour with ... wrap around a cannoli form, sealing edge with egg white. Fry in deep fat ... helpful). Sprinkle them with powdered sugar. 25 servings.
Combine flour, shortening, ... hot oil and fry gently on all ... least before filling shells. Filling will ... until creamy and fill your cannoli shells.
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