Here we detail the most characteristic:
The borrachinos (crumb of bread with egg), the fried milk (with sugar and soaked in white wine), the casadiellas (sweet dumplings stuffed with walnuts, sugar and anise), the carbayones of Oviedo (puff pastry stuffed with almonds and covered with icing) and the panchón (kernel of spelled bread with butter and sugar that is fried and crumbled before serving, typical of Aller).
We also mention the known ones charlots of Gijón (cakes made with base and background of biscuits covered with chocolate and candied cherries), the marañuelas of Candás and Luanco (characteristic sweet cookies), the maravilles of Avilés (sweet bread), Paserine councils (typical of Mieres) and the almond cake (similar to the Santiago cake, made with puff pastry or sweet broken dough and filled with a mixture of egg, almond and syrup).
· Rice pudding
Rice pudding recipe
It is one of the best-known desserts in Asturian gastronomy and we are going to explain how to make it to...
Casadiellas or casadielles
The casadiellas or «casadielles» are a wheat flour dough that is filled with a mixture of nuts, sugar and anise; there are also those who make it with puff pastry. They are 15 cm. in length full of sweetness.
Asturian casadiellas recipe
This typical candy store, to which many scholars of Asturian cuisine attribute a clear origin to it ...
Asturian frixuelos have Very similar to Galician pancakes and French crepes. We always make them accompanied by sweet things, with a little jam, filled with cream, with melted chocolate..., it is that in Asturias we are very sweet.
Asturian frixuelos recipe
Frixuelos are also called pancakes, crepes…in other places, but practically…
The famous Muscovites are Marcona almond paste and milk or dark chocolate coating. Made "one by one" in a completely traditional way by the confectioners of Rialto in Oviedo. Ingredients of the highest quality and careful preparation make them a 100% original sweet.
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