MARZIPAN OF TOLEDO

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Marzipan "Pan de Cádiz" PGI Mazapán de Toledo 400g by Peces

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$22.99

This 'bread from Cádiz' is made of alternating layers of marzipan, yolk filling and candied spaghetti squash.
Typical Toledo marzipan (mazapan) of superior quality and made with at least 50% Spanish almonds. The grinding process of this mazapan dough is still done using granite rolling pins as in ancient times. This produces a dough that preserves the wonderful aroma of almonds.

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    This 'bread from Cádiz' is made of alternating layers of marzipan, yolk filling and candied spaghetti squash.
    Typical Toledo marzipan (mazapan) of superior quality and made with at least 50% Spanish almonds. The grinding process of this mazapan dough is still done using granite rolling pins as in ancient times. This produces a dough that preserves the wonderful aroma of almonds.

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Peces is a family business located in the Toledan city of Consuegra. Since 1915, our family has been dedicated to the traditional production of marzipan and Christmas sweets. Following the traditional recipes of our ancestors and using the best raw materials, all our products are of high quality and handcrafted. We have a great variety of different products, based on marzipan from Toledo in which tradition and innovation come together.
Protected Geographical Indication Mazapán de Toledo

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Marzipan "Pan de Cádiz" PGI Mazapán de Toledo 400g by Peces

Marzipan "Pan de Cádiz" PGI Mazapán de Toledo 400g by Peces

This 'bread from Cádiz' is made of alternating layers of marzipan, yolk filling and candied spaghetti squash.
Typical Toledo marzipan (mazapan) of superior quality and made with at least 50% Spanish almonds. The grinding process of this mazapan dough is still done using granite rolling pins as in ancient times. This produces a dough that preserves the wonderful aroma of almonds.

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