Candied almonds

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Candied almonds
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Candied almonds
Alternative namesGebrannte Mandeln, Garrapiñadas
Place of originSpain , Germany, Switzerland
Main ingredientsNuts
Ingredients generally usedSugar

Candied almonds are nuts (usually almonds) that have been cooked in a special way, so they end up coated in browned, crunchy sugar.[1][2] They are a typical open air fair snack in Spain, where they are called "Garrapiñadas". In Switzerland and Germany they are called "Gebrannte Mandeln".[3] 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.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Movida's Guide to Barcelona - Frank Camorra
  2. ^ 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)
  3. ^ "Burnt Sugar Almonds - Gebrannte Mandeln from Germany". About.com: German Foods. Retrieved 12 August 2014.