Saying Stuffoli in different languages:

Neapolitan – Struffule
Calabria – Scalilli
Engish – Struffoli


What is Stuffoli?

It is an Italian dish made of deep fried of dough. Crunchy from the outside and soft inside, It is mixed with honey and other sweet ingredients. There are many different ways to dress them, but the traditional way is to mix them in honey with diavulilli, cinnamon, and bits of orange rind. They are often served at Christmas and are sometimes served warm.

How to Make It?

Add the eggs, flour, vanilla, salt, and citrus zest to a large bowl. Mix by hand until you’ve formed a sticky dough. Cut the dough into six equal-sized pieces. Roll each piece into long, thin ropes, about 1/2-inch thick. Roll each piece into a small ball shape. Fry them until they puff up. While the dough balls fry, add the honey and the vanilla to a small saucepan. Add the fried dough balls to a large bowl. Pour the hot honey glaze and the nonpareils into the bowl and mix until incorporated.