Colomba Fruttolosa 750 gr
Colomba Fruttolosa is a true explosion of Mediterranean scents. In fact, the soft dough contains a mix of delicious artisan candied fruit: peach, apricot, ginger, orange and lemon. This creation of the master pastry chef Roberto Cantolacqua will enrich the Easter table of all those who love the fresh flavors of fruit and want an out of the ordinary dessert. A soft, delicate and very fragrant dough for a result of exceptional goodness.
Type: Colomba with Candied Fruit
Producer: Pasticceria Mimosa
Made in: Marche (Italy)
Net Weight: 750 g
A soft and delicate dough with candied fruit and a crunchy glaze with sugar, almonds and hazelnuts. This is the synthesis of this delicious author's sweet, created by Roberto Cantolacqua and presented in an elegant package.
The fortune of la Pasticceria Mimosa di Tolentino is due to his skillful pastry chef Roberto Cantolacqua. Since he was a child, Roberto took on with pastry making, thanks to his grandfather who owned a bakery. He has worked since he was teenager in the bakery, a fine flagship of Tolentino. He could be considered one of the best young italian pastry chef, thanks to his innovative and unique products, beautiful to see, and absolutely fine to taste.
DOUGH INGREDIENTS: soft wheat flour type "00", butter, sugar, candied peaches 6% (peaches, water, sugar), candied lemon 5% (lemon, water, sugar), candied black cherries 4% (black cherries, water, sugar ), candied apricots 4% (apricots, water, sugar), candied ginger 2% (ginger, water, sugar), egg yolks, water, natural yeast, honey, orange paste, salt, vanilla pods. AMARETTO GLAZE INGREDIENTS: sugar, hazelnuts 13%, almonds 7%, egg white, bitter almonds 3%, corn flour, potato starch, bitter cocoa. Contains gluten, milk proteins, egg proteins and nuts. It may contain traces of soy and peanut.
Average nutritional values for 100 gr: Energy KJ 1445.40 / Kcal 345.23; Carbohydrates 43.24 g (of which sugars 34.50 g); Fats 17,30 g (of which saturated 0,87 g); Protein 5.04 g; Salt 0.35 g; Fibers 1.26 g.
The Colomba is one of the most typical sweets of the Easter tradition. It should be stored in a cool, dry place and away from sunlight.