translation and definition "gianduja", Dictionary English-English online
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A preparation of chocolate containing about 50 percent hazelnut and almond paste.
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Every Italian city has its own Carnival mask – Punchinello in Naples, Harlequin and Brighella in Bergamo, Doctor Balanzone and Fagiolino in Bologna, Ragantino in Rome, Gianduja in Turin, Meneghin in Milan, Stenterello in Florence, and Pantalone and Columbina in Venice.
• chocolate, plain chocolate, gianduja nut chocolate, milk chocolate, milk chocolate with high milk content, gianduja nut milk chocolate, white chocolate and filled chocolate in the forms of bars or tablets each weighing NOT less than 85 g and NOT more than 500 g shall be marketed in the following individual weights, or 85 g 100 g 125 g 150 g 200 g 250 g 300 g 400 g 500 g
When the Gianduja chocolate meets the best Tonda Gentile hazelnut chips from the Langhe region (and we did not spare ourselves: the chips measure 5-8 mm!!!
Now available as Mixed Selection with either milk, dark, or Gianduja Napolitians or as Dark chocolate in packages of 200g, 250g or 2kg.
Gianduja: italian speciality, ground mixture of roasted hazelnuts and chocolate.
Le Colonial Café – Authentic Mediterranean cuisine is served at the restaurant with its modern decor, white leather benches and long glass windows offering clear sea views. Sébastien Giannini’s signature dishes include steamed anglerfish, lobster sautéed in olive oil, supreme farm fowl cooked in a lemon flavoured stock, and soft chocolate cake with melted “Gianduja”.
Finely ground and mixed with chocolate, a Gianduja mass can be produced.
• Milk, cream or skimmed milk chocolate (possibly supplemented by the terms "vermicelli" or "flakes", "couverture" and "gianduja");
Travolette Gianduja Fondente (2 displays x 8 bars.
In the flavors lemon, mandarin, coffee, gianduja and classic.
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