Today I need a cuddle, the sky is grey and I don’t feel so good .... What better to cheer me up than to make and enjoy these fabulous ‘coccole’ pastries. ‘Coccole’ are pastry swirls made with a fluffy dough containing ricotta cheese. The original recipe comes from Anna Moroni, but we have reinterpreted it by adjusting the filling. Easy to make, and a delight to eat with their fabulous combination of dark chocolate and dates which will amaze your taste buds! You can prepare these pastry swirls for breakfast or as a snack and also fill them with hazelnut cream or jam, and even your kids will love them! Following the recipe is easy, check the photo gallery which our talented chef prepared for us and proceed step-by-step, the result will be 10/10 and lots of praise! Let's get to work and get ready for some cuddling!
Small enameled Terracotta bowl with Rooster 9cm
Chili peppers from Salento
Small onion taralli
Box Frisellina recipe, extra virgin olive oil and purée
Chickpeas from Puglia 500gr
Dairy Mix: burrata, mozzarella, primo sale, stracciatella, mini balls of mozzarella cheese
Handmade Potatoes and Rosemary Taralli
Pottery Soup Plate 23 cm
Place the ricotta and sugar in a bowl, and mash together with a fork. Add the milk, mix, then add the oil and mix again. Sift in the flour with the baking powder and the vanilla extract, and combine it a little at a time to the mixture. Transfer everything to the work surface, knead the dough until you get a nice dough but where the surface is not smooth. Roll it out until you get a rectangular sheet of about 1/2cm. Sprinkle the surface with chocolate and chopped dates, then sprinkle over with icing sugar and roll it up starting from the long side to form a cylinder. Cut 1cm swirls from the roll to a thickness of 1 cm and place them on a baking tray lined with baking paper. Cook the pastries in the oven at 180°C degrees for about 20 minutes.