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|Place of origin||Romania|
|Main ingredients||Turkish delight, jam or marmalade, chocolate, cinnamon sugar, walnuts, and/or raisins|
Cornulețe are Romanian pastries aromatised with vanilla or rum extract/essence, as well as lemon rind, and stuffed with Turkish delight, jam, chocolate, cinnamon sugar, walnuts, and/or raisins, with the shape representing a crescent. They are traditionally eaten during Romanian holidays, especially during Christmas time, or other special occasions.