cassata siciliana

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Borrowing from Italian cassata siciliana(literally Sicilian cassata).

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cassata siciliana (plural not attested)

  1. A rich cake, typical of Sicily, containing liqueur layered with ricotta, candied fruit and chocolate.

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Literally “Sicilian cassata”.

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cassata siciliana f (plural cassate siciliane)

  1. cassata siciliana

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Literally “Sicilian cassata”.

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cassata siciliana f (plural cassati siciliani)

  1. cassata siciliana

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