Panforte.

Panforte.

Panforte.

Panforte (Italian sweetness). Panforte is an Italian confection that contains a lot of nuts, dried fruits and spices. This dessert is usually prepared for Christmas! Panforte tastes very much like roasted nuts, but more aromatic and rich. Dessert is served by slicing it for coffee or tea.

Panforte is perfectly stored in a cool place for up to a month, if it is wrapped in parchment or tight hermetic dishes. And one more important feature of this dessert is that it is absolutely lean and vegetarian.

For cooking, we need nuts (take those that you like or have at home), also with dried and candied fruits, spices, flour, cocoa powder, sugar and natural honey.

Ingredients

Pistachios - 1 glass;
A mixture of nuts and candied fruits - 1 glass;
Cinnamon - 2 tsp;
Cocoa powder 2 tbsp;
Brown sugar - 100 grams;
Natural honey - 200 grams;
Dried apricots - 100 grams;
Prunes - 200 grams;
Flour - 60 grams;
Ground ginger - 1/4 tsp;
Powdered sugar - 2 tablespoons

Step by step recipe

Pour sugar into a ladle and add honey. Put on low heat and bring to a boil. Cut dried apricots and prunes into pieces.

Mix nuts, dried fruits, candied fruits. Add spices, cocoa, flour and melted honey with sugar and mix quickly and well. It is necessary to stir very quickly, since the mass hardens very quickly.

Put the mass in a low form and bake at 170 degrees, 30-40 minutes. Before serving, cool panforte completely and sprinkle with powdered sugar. Bon Appetit!

Panforte.

You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

One Response to “Panforte.”

  1. […] Colada cake. You may have heard about the Caribbean cocktail Pina Colada, and so, this is the dessert of the same name with coconut milk cream, but without […]

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Besucherzahler
счетчик для сайта