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Sicilian Almond Filled Cookies
In the bowl of a food processor fitted with a metal blade, place flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt.
Add the butter and pulse until the mixture is fully incorporated, but still inconsistent.
Add the eggs and continue to run the blade until the dough is fully combined and is shaped like a ball. Transfer the dough to a work board.
Fasciatelle is a delicious cookie from Sicily. Sicilian baking never ceases to surprise! I had never heard of Fasciatelle until I saw the recipe in a book by Nick Malgieri. And what can I say... my mother was Sicilian, and I should have known better. Because after figs, what is the other fruit most abundant and loved in Sicily? Almonds! Hence, after Cucciddati (fig filled cookies), here they are. We couldn’t miss delicious Fasciatelle mouth watering cookies with honey and an almond filling.