Torrone Trapani 100g
Producer: Trapani Artigian
Flavour profile: Almonds, Pistache, Nuts, Saffron
Description: Torrone Trapani, a traditional nougat from the coastal city of Trapani in Sicily, embodies the rich cultural heritage of the region. With its roots dating back centuries, this nougat is crafted using local ingredients and follows traditional recipes. Torrone Trapani is not only a delightful treat but also a symbol of joy and celebration, enjoyed during special holidays. Wrapped in artistic packaging, it invites you to experience the flavors and cultural richness of Trapani's culinary traditions
Torrone Trapani can be enjoyed on its own as a delightful sweet treat, but it also pairs wonderfully with certain foods and beverages. Here are some recommendations for pairing Torrone Trapani:
Espresso or Coffee: Enjoy Torrone Trapani alongside a cup of strong espresso or your favorite coffee. The combination of the rich, nutty nougat and the bold flavors of coffee creates a harmonious balance.
Red Wine: Pair Torrone Trapani with a glass of red wine, such as a robust Sicilian Nero d'Avola or a sweet Marsala. The contrasting flavors and textures create a delightful sensory experience.
Cheese: Serve Torrone Trapani alongside a selection of aged cheeses, such as Pecorino or Parmigiano-Reggiano. The combination of the sweet nougat and the savory cheese offers a delightful contrast.
Fresh Fruits: Pair Torrone Trapani with fresh fruits like figs, grapes, or citrus segments. The sweetness of the nougat complements the natural flavors of the fruits, creating a refreshing and satisfying combination.
Prosciutto: Combine Torrone Trapani with thin slices of prosciutto for a delightful balance of sweet and salty flavors. The combination of the rich nougat and the savory cured meat creates a delectable contrast.
Gelato: Crumble Torrone Trapani over a scoop of vanilla gelato or almond gelato. The crunchy texture of the nougat pairs beautifully with the creamy gelato, adding a delightful element to your dessert.
|of which: saturates
|of which: sugars
|*Reference intake of an average adult (8400kJ/2000kcal)