Semi-Candied Elderberries in Syrup from Pariani
Candied Italian Elderberries For Sweets & Cocktails
To make their semi-candied fruit (sambuco semicandito), Mattia Pariani and his team use a cold-candying process, which preserves the elderberry's natural juiciness and fresh, sweet-tart flavor. Made with only fruit, sugar and glucose syrup, this Italian semi-candied fruit does not contain any additives of preservatives.
May contain traces of nuts. Refrigerate after opening.
How to use
Pariani's semi-candied elderberries in syrup are a baker's best friend. Fold into fillings and frostings, swirl into polenta cake batter before baking or use to flavor ice cream. This Italian candied fruit also makes a gorgeous topping straight out of the jar—spoon over vanilla ice cream, panna cotta or slices of pistachio semifreddo.
About the producer
Mattia Pariani’s love affair with hazelnuts began during his studies at the University of Torino, where his thesis on hazelnut oil won the National Innovation Prize. Not content with scholarly writing and research, the nut nut began extracting and bottling his own oils from the finest Piemontese hazelnuts and quickly gained a reputation as the ultimate artisan producer of Italian nut oils. Mattia’s passion is evident in all of the Pariani products, which range from that exquisite hazelnut oil to nut pastes and flours, as well as decadent torrone.
- 9.2 ounces (260 grams)