Considered to be the most famous dessert of Sicily, Italy, consisting of a sponge cake that is sprinkled with fruit juices, topped with fresh fruit, topped with chocolate mousse and fragrant ricotta cheese, its name is said to be catchy. derived from the Arabic word qas’ah, referring to the bowl used to make cakes.
This dish is traditionally a winter and spring speciality, and is often served around Easter. People usually refrigerate for about 3 hours before eating. In the 14th century, this was the dessert of the nobility.