A soft torrone, with the extra kick of dark chocolate. Torrone is the Piedmontese dessert with the most remote origin. There is a testimony of Pliny, Roman times, according to which a local population, the Taurini, produced a dessert made of honey and pine nuts: the ancestor of Torrone. It was also widespread in the Middle Age: it was served in the banquet of the wedding of Gian Galeazzo Visconti in 1395.
The Piedmontese soft torrone differs from the classic Cremonese one for the use of hazelnuts instead of almonds. The modification was made in 1885 in Gallo d'Alba, a hamlet of Grinzane Cavour (Cuneo), by the pastry chef Giuseppe Sebaste, who used hazelnuts, abundant and inexpensive in the Langhe. In the dessert honey, sugar and egg white are also used, and they are kneaded for about ten hours.
This snack brings together crunchy Piedmontese hazelnuts in luscious soft torrone, with the intense kick of the dark chocolate. The Scalenghe dark chocolate torrone is the perfect sweet treat!
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Ingredients & Nutrition
Hazelnuts Tonda Gentile Trilobata 50%, Italian honey, sugar, dark chocolate (cocoa mass 55%, cocoa mass, sugar, cocoa butter, emulsifier soya lecithin), water, egg white, glucose, hostia (potato starch, water), salt, icing sugar.Techical sheet
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