|Alternative names||Russian chocolate, Russian Cocklate|
|Place of origin||Russia|
|Main ingredients||Cream, sugar|
Russian candy or Russian chocolate (Finnish: kinuski; Russian: ириски-тянучки iriski-tyanuchki) is a very sweet toffee-like dessert made by carefully heating equal amounts of milk or cream and sugar. It is a traditional dessert sauce in Nordic countries. Karl Fazer brought the first Russian candy recipe to Finland from St. Petersburg.
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