Sorelle Nurzia, Ferratelle Chocolate - 250g

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'Ferratelle' is a reference of course to the 'ferro' or iron press in its multiple forms or decorations. Learn more

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Also known across the region of Abruzzo, Italy as pizzelle, cancellate or neole.

The name "ferratelle" comes from the heated iron tool ("ferro" in Italian) used in their preparation. The iron was more often rectangular, with long handles to put it on the fire. The iron was often made on purpose for the family, with their coat of arms or initials. It's also become tradition to enjoy these treats around Christmas and Easter time.

The ingredients for the batter are typically flour, eggs, sugar, grated lemon peel, butter or olive oil and vanilla but liqueur, white wine or milk may also feature.

Country of Origin
Italy
Region of Origin
Abruzzo

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Also known across the region of Abruzzo, Italy as pizzelle, cancellate or neole.

The name "ferratelle" comes from the heated iron tool ("ferro" in Italian) used in their preparation. The iron was more often rectangular, with long handles to put it on the fire. The iron was often made on purpose for the family, with their coat of arms or initials. It's also become tradition to enjoy these treats around Christmas and Easter time.

The ingredients for the batter are typically flour, eggs, sugar, grated lemon peel, butter or olive oil and vanilla but liqueur, white wine or milk may also feature.

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Country of Origin
Italy
Region of Origin
Abruzzo

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