Guirlache

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Guirlache

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Ingredients

200 gr almonds raw and peeled
160 gr Sugar
40 gr honey
2 teaspoons Lemon Juice
  • Medium

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Guirlache is one of the most typical nougats from some of the regions associated with the former Crown of Aragón. So, it is no surprise that it is a common sweet in Catalonia, in the Valencian community, Navarre, and Aragón. It is in this last community that it is still prepared in the traditional way. And it is not strange to think that some of the most renowned medieval villages such as Jánovas, Torla, and Jaca have been preparing this recipe for centuries.

Guirlache is a simple preparation with only 2 or 4 ingredients at most, depending on the version. It is a sweet that is easy to prepare in any home and can be enjoyed at any time of the year. Without a doubt, it is the perfect dessert for the upcoming Christmas celebrations.

How to Make Guirlache:

  1. First prepare the caramel. To do this, add the sugar, honey, and lemon in a non-stick frying pan so that the sugar melts little by little over a medium heat. You do not want the caramel to burn. This process will take at least 20 minutes.
  2. While the sugar melts with the rest of the ingredients, toast the almonds in the oven.
  3. Put them on a tray with parchment paper and bake them at 160º C for 5 minutes or until they are slightly toasted, bearing in mind that they will get more toasted when you add them to the caramel.
  4. When the almonds are golden, set them aside in a bowl. Once the caramel is ready and has a nice golden color, without being too dark, add the almonds.
  5. Stir constantly for 3 minutes so that the caramel wraps around all the almonds and the mixture is very homogeneous.
  6. Spread the mixture on a greased baking sheet with a little oil so that it is easy to handle. Try to form a square, although the shape is not really important.
  7. Finally, and when it has cooled down enough, cut the guirlache into the desired portions.
  8. The important thing is to enjoy this sweet with the most important people!

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