|Alternative names||Gebrannte Mandeln, Garrapiñadas|
|Place of origin||Spain , Germany, Switzerland|
|Ingredients generally used||Sugar|
Candied almonds are nuts (usually almonds) that have been cooked in a special way, so they end up coated in browned, crunchy sugar. They are a typical open air fair snack in Spain, where they are called "Garrapiñadas". In Switzerland and Germany they are called "Gebrannte Mandeln". They are also fairly common in Norway and Sweden, being frequently sold at Christmas markets, where they are similarly known as "brente mandler" and "brända mandlar" respectively.
- Movida's Guide to Barcelona - Frank Camorra
- Coques i corassons i altres llepolies de la Ribera d'Ebre i la Terra Alta - Anna Llop i Rams, Laura Mur i Cervelló. p. 17. ‹See Tfd›(in Spanish)
- "Burnt Sugar Almonds - Gebrannte Mandeln from Germany". About.com: German Foods. Retrieved 12 August 2014.
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