Torrone di S. Martino di Lupari

Torrone di S. Martino di Lupari is a traditional Italian nougat made in the Veneto region of Italy. It is a sweet treat that is typically enjoyed during the holiday season. The town of S. Martino di Lupari, located in the province of Padua, is known for producing some of the best torrone in the region. Other towns and communes in Veneto that produce torrone include Cologna Veneta, Montagnana, and Bassano del Grappa.

Torrone di S. Martino di Lupari can be found in many specialty food stores and shops throughout the Veneto region. Some popular places to purchase torrone include the Pasticceria Caffetteria Breda in S. Martino di Lupari, the Pasticceria Caffetteria Pellegrini in Montagnana, and the Pasticceria Caffetteria Zanin in Bassano del Grappa.

There are many different recipes for torrone, but the traditional recipe typically includes honey, sugar, egg whites, and toasted almonds. The ingredients are cooked together until they reach a specific temperature and then poured into molds to cool and harden. Torrone can be enjoyed on its own or used as a topping for desserts like gelato or panna cotta.

Torrone di S. Martino di Lupari has been recognized as a PAT product, which stands for “Prodotti Agroalimentari Tradizionali” or “Traditional Agri-Food Products.” This recognition is given to products that are deeply rooted in the cultural and culinary traditions of a specific region. The specifications for torrone di S. Martino di Lupari include:

– At least 40% almonds
– No more than 5% hazelnuts
– No more than 5% pistachios
– No more than 1% walnuts
– No more than 1% pine nuts
– Honey as the sweetener
– No artificial colors or flavors

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– “Torrone di S. Martino di Lupari.” Italian Food Excellence.