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Mirchi Panpepato

5/5 from 1 Customers

This recipe is based on a traditional Italian Christmas treat from Siena which dates back to medieval times. Panpepato translates as ‘peppered bread’ due to the liberal use of pepper, but here in place of the traditional black pepper, we're using MIRCHI BLEND for a rich, spicy dessert which is a perfect after dinner treat alongside a cup of strong coffee.  

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15 minutes

30 minutes

3/5

Also works a treat with: A few glacé cherries and mixed peel in place of the figs

Book: Curry Legend Club Recipes (p31)

Goes great with: A cup of coffee!

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This recipe is based on a traditional Italian Christmas treat from Siena which dates back to medieval times. Panpepato translates as ‘peppered bread’ due to the liberal use of pepper, but here in place of the traditional black pepper, we're using MIRCHI BLEND for a rich, spicy dessert which is a perfect after dinner treat alongside a cup of strong coffee.

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Recipe

15 minutes

30 minutes

3/5

Effort

Low Effort

Main Ingredient

Fruit

Main Ingredient

Nuts/Seeds

Taste Profile

Meal Taste

Rich

Meal Taste

Sweet

Seasonal

Christmas

Origin

Popular Style

European

  • 30g butter
  • 200g mixture of nuts (eg blanched hazelnuts, almonds or walnuts) - roughly chopped
  • 100g soft dried figs - finely chopped
  • 100g dark chocolate - finely chopped
  • 200g honey
  • 50g plain flour
  • Icing sugar to dust (optional)








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Product Rating (1):

5/5

I've made this twice now, the first time with figs and the second with chopped dates and have thoroughly enjoyed both. It's so simple to make and the combination of dark chocolate, chilli and fenugreek works surprisingly well, ensuring that it's not at all sickly and has a lovely warmth in the aftertaste. All you have to do is measure out the ingredients (I chopped the figs and chocolate in a mini processor to save time and effort), melt the butter and honey, chuck it into the dry ingredients, mix with a spoon and put into a pastry case. About 10 minutes to prepare and 20 to cook. One tip though, let it cool completely before trying to cut as it's relatively soft until cool!

Sounds absolutely delicious! That's a great tip too- thanks for sharing and happy spicing!

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