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Montargis praslines

Gastronomy, holidays & weekends guide in the Loiret

Montargis praslines - Gastronomy, holidays & weekends guide in the Loiret
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Montargis Praslines were invented in the 17th century by Clément Jaluzot, head chef to Marshal de Plessis-Praslin, who started his own firm in Montargis in order to sell this little treat.

This almond sweet wrapped in boiled sugar is generally brown as it is caramelised. There is also a pink version. Montargis praslines have a bumpy, slightly rough texture and can be enjoyed at any time of day, or with a coffee or tea in the afternoon.

When crushed, Montargis praslines can be used to make pralin powder for baking, or praline filling when mixed with chocolate.

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