A Neapolitan ice cream containing candied fruit and nuts.
- ‘Also, the traditional cassata and other large cakes are more common in Sicily compared to the plated desserts of New York.’
- ‘Met up with Cousin, had amazing gelato (white chocolate and cassata, so, so, so good.’
- ‘To finish, my wife had a delicious chocolate and vanilla ice cream bombe at £3 and I chose cassata at £3.25-very good, but perhaps too much ice cream with not enough candied fruit that makes cassata so different.’
From Italian, literally little case.
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