Biancomangiare, a Sicilian almond milk pudding with caramelised peaches
A Sicilian dessert with with the shortest ingredient list that you can customise according to season and personal preferences.
After the swordfish, here I am with another Sicilian recipe, biancomangiare.
I have a thing for biancomangiare.
Biancomangiare means white food. It has a long history, as it was by the end of the 14th century a refined item of most European noble banquets.
It was made with white meat, usually chicken breast, white starch, and sugar. It would stand among br…
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