Cassata

Cassata

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Encyclopedia of Food and Cookery

Meaning ‘in a case or chest’, cassata is the name of two famous Italian desserts. Both were traditionally made in the form of a case with a filling, but today they are often made in layers instead.

Cassata gelata: Line a mould with softened ice cream, fill centre with lightly sweetened, whipped cream, mixed with chopped glacé fruit and chopped sugared almonds, and freeze until firm. If preferred, ice cream and whipped cream mixture can be arranged in layers.

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