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Orange Spoon Sweet | Edessas

ID: GS79

453gr
€2.79

The spoon sweets are a traditional dessert found in many countries, mainly Greece or Cyprus. These are a delicacy made from fresh fruit and a great choice for a healthier dessert. Spoon sweet orange, nice bittersweet taste, smooth and silky syrup surrounding sliced orange. SHOW MORE

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Whole fruit preserves can be found in most Greek and Cypriot homes. They are made by slowly and gently boiling fruit in water and sugar over several hours or days, until the syrup sets. Thus the main prerequisites to making good spoon sweets are said to be "patience and a heavy pot". Some lemon juice is often added to preserve the fruit's original color, as the citric acid prevents oxidation. A small number of blanched almonds, slivered or whole, may also be added for crunch, often to baby eggplants, apples or grapes. Ingredients variously added during the boiling and then discarded, include a quill of cinnamon bark, a mint bouquet, or the green, fragrant leaves of the shrub Pelargonium odoratissimum (apple geranium) or Pelargonium graveolens (rose geranium) which add some astringency and a slight aroma of frankincense and is especially popular in the Ionian islands.

The overall method of preparation is essentially the same as that of marmalade, except that fruit pieces remain firm and whole; a well-made spoon sweet is chewy.

Per 100 g Per 20 g %R.I./ 20 g
Energy 301 kcal
1261 kj
60 kcal
252 kj
3%
Fat
▶ of which saturated
0,01 g
0,00 g
0 g
0 g
0%
0%
Carbohydrates
▶ of which sugars
75,26 g
53,59 g
15,05 g
10,72 g
6%
12%
Protein 0,05 g 0,01 g <1%
Salt 0,03 g 0,01 g <1%
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  • Orange 55%, sugar, glucose syrup
  • Acid: Citric acid
  • Preservative: Potassium sorbate
  • Flavorings
  • Antioxidant: Ascorbic acid
  • It might contain pits or traces of pits.

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