Macadamia Dulce de Leche

Macadamia Dulce de Leche

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The unique creaminess of an ice cream made with Swiss cream brought to a new level of intensity with a caramelised cream sauce. Caramelised Macadamia nuts add a delicious contrast to this truly indulgent creation.

Enjoy the pleasure of a recipe with no artificial additives or colours!

Macadamia

INFORMATION/HISTORY
The macadamia nut is encased in an extremely hard shell, difficult to crack. This is the main reason it took so long for the inner nutmeat to be discovered. Native to Australia, the tree was named for chemist John MacAdam by his friend and colleague, Baron Ferdinand von Mueller, Director of the Royal Botanical Gardens in Australia.

CULTURE
Macadamia nuts are loved for their buttery taste and crisp, light texture. They are also full of healthy nutrients such as magnesium, potassium, iron and phosphorus.

SAVOIR-FAIRE
Macadamia nuts pair particularly well with coconut, chocolate, and fish.

 

Dulce de Leche

INFORMATION/HISTORY
According to the popular legend, dulce de leche first appeared in 1829 in Argentina when the General Rosas and his enemy Juan Lavalle met to sign a peace treaty near Buenos Aires. Rosas’s servant forgot the milk she was heating on the fire for the two men and found that it had become thick and brown. Nevertheless Rosas enjoyed the taste and shared the preparation with Lavalle. And so dulce de leche was born.

CULTURE
Dulce de leche is everywhere in Argentinian cuisine whether in pastries, with pancakes or bread, as a mousse or served with tea and coffee.

SAVOIR-FAIRE
Dulce de leche, or ‘milk jam’, is a confection resulting from slowly simmering milk mixed with sugar until the preparation has thickened and turned into brown.


Nutrition information: 100 ml 100 g
Energy: 659 kJ (158 kcal) 1167 kJ (279 kcal)
Protein: 2.0 g 3.5 g
Total carbohydrate: 17.6 g 31.1 g
Fat: 8.7 g 15.4 g
Fibre: 0.2 g 0.4 g

Allergen

  • Milk and dairy products
  • Lactose
  • Eggs and products thereof
  • Cereals containing gluten and products thereof
  • Nuts and products thereof (e.g. almond, hazelnut, cashew, walnut, pistachio)   

    • 2,4 L

      The 2.4l format is a user-friendly catering pack, not only in its size, but also its form - ideal for creating the perfect scoop.

      Contains 24 standard size scoops with a 1/20 roll dipper.