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The Sicilian "cannolo" is, alongside the "arancino", a culinary symbol of the island.
Made from a fried crumbly dough and filled with ricotta cheese, it has many variations depending on where it is produced. It can be made with a lot of sugar and coloured with candied fruit, as used in the Palermo area, or enriched with the flavor of pistachio in the Etna area.
The Sicilians usually eat "cannoli" at the end of a meal with coffee, or sometimes as a special treat for breakfast.
Whenever you eat it, the "cannolo" will remain one of the sweetest memories of your trip.