Among the most loved Carnival sweets in Sardinia, arrubiolus ogliastrini win the podium. These are very delicious fried sweets, made with a delicious mixture of fresh ricotta
 
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Recipe: Is Arrubiolus

Recipe: Is Arrubiolus

Carnival, after Christmas, is the party that brings joy and warms the heart to our homes. Especially children are having fun, they can't wait for this moment to dress up in their favorite characters: superheroes, princesses, monsters ...
But what are the Carnival sweets? The desserts that can be tasted at Carnival are varied and each location follows its own tradition.
In Sardinia, especially in the Ogliastra area, Arrubiolus are prepared, fried sweets, which according to the area are known by different names.
Delicious and very particular sweets whose origin is very ancient, arrubiolus are made with a delicious mixture of fresh ricotta, which is perfumed and colored with the addition of grated orange and lemon zest, and a pinch of saffron.
Let's see how they prepare.

Ingredients

For 6 people
250g flour
250g fresh ricotta
50g caster sugar
150 ml of milk
150g eggs
12g of yeast in sachet
salt
the zest of half an orange
zest of half a lemon
1 sachet of saffron
peanut oil for frying
icing sugar

Process

We begin to work the ricotta together with the granulated sugar, in a large bowl, until a creamy consistency is obtained. Add the egg, lemon zest, orange zest and saffron sachet and mix. We alternately pour the flour and milk into our dough, ending with the addition of salt and yeast. Once a homogeneous mixture is obtained, we form balls and fry them in a large pan. Once they are golden brown to perfection, remove them from the oil, and let them drain on a sheet of absorbent paper until they cool. Once cold, we can garnish our arrubiolus with sifted icing sugar, granulated sugar or honey.

Enjoy your meal!

By Redazione
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  • Feast of Stella Maris
    From 10-07-2020 To 19-07-2020 | Arbatax (NU)
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    Add to calendar 2020-07-10 2020-07-19 Europe/Rome Feast of Stella Maris The feast was born to celebrate Our Lady Star of the sea, the patron saint of Arbatax and of the sea. It takes place in the month of July, being articulated in three days from Fridayì to Sunday. The feast in addition to involve the villagers and the parishioners attracts thousands of tourists and pilgrims. In the days prior to the population of the place decorates the country with compositions of sheets and tapes that recall the colors of the Madonna and the sea: white, blue and blue. The track of the lungomare fills with colorful stalls offering a varietyà of typical Sardinian products. The Committee of the festival also organizes entertainment music during the festivals of the mussels (Fridayì) and fried fish (Saturday). The religious part of the feast takes place on Sunday with a procession: The simulacrum of the Madonna from the church and, passing through the streets of the village, reaches the quays of the port where the Holy Mass is celebrated. At the conclusion of Mass the statue of the Madonna is placed on a vessel made available and prepared for the occasion. In the wake of the fishing vessel shall collect many boats filled with faithful who will start in procession to make the traditional three laps in the port that conclude with the launch of a crown of flowers in remembrance of the victims of the sea. All are waiting at this point the conclusion in the beauty of the feast. Arbatax

    The feast was born to celebrate Our Lady Star of the sea, the patron saint of Arbatax and of the sea. It takes place in the month of July, being articulated in three days from Fridayì to Sunday. The feast...

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