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Vilabertran filled apple

  • Vilabertran filled apple

    These typical deserts from the Empordà are most popular in the August and September festivals. Centuries ago, in Vilabertran it was traditional to eat filled apples mid-way through dances. Many people from the surrounding area would go to Vilabertran specially to enjoy these exquisite desserts. The village of Vilabertran inherited them and has kept producing them and now passes them on to new generations through the festival celebrated each year in mid-September.

    PERIOD OF MANUFACTURE
    Short period, August and September.

    Ingredients:
    Capçana (locally known as capçada), verda donzella or reineta apples; sweet botifarra sausage meat, egg, anise, toasted almond, lemon, biscuits (Maria-type, ametllats, teules…), sugar, flour, olive oil, cinnamon sticks, black chocolate and caramelised sugar.

    CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PRODUCT:
    The varieties of apple used have very firm, compact and consistent flesh and can handle being cooked for a long time. They are made and cooked in the traditional way. They are gently cooked in various sessions over two or three days to reach the ideal point.

    PACKAGING:
    Transparent boxes with several pieces (from 2 to 7 units).

    STORAGE:
    Keep refrigerated.

    More information at:

    Consult the list of participating producers

     

     

     

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