- Classic sweet from Sevilla
- 100 year old recipe
- Light pastry stuffed with lemony citron filling
- Made by hand
- Serve with coffee or tea
- Size - 3 small cakes - 3.8 oz/107 gr
From sunny Sevilla comes this delicious treat. Handmade hojaldre, or puff pastry, encases a sweet, lemony citron filling called 'cabello de angel.' It is a perfect combination of flavors and textures, flaky and sweet balanced with a moist, citrusy center. Serve these delicious little cakes with freshly brewed coffee or hot tea.
Inés Rosales is a family company famed for their traditional cookies and sweet pastries. The company is named after its founder, who made treats for travelers at a stagecoach stop near Sevilla over 100 years ago. As her pastries gained fame, she began to employ other women and eventually opened a small factory. Today Inés Rosales is known around the world, but to this day each cookie, torta and cake is still made by hand following the original recipes.
Unbleached wheat flour, sweet pumpkin filling (pumpkin pulp, sugar, glucose-fructose syrup and lemon essence), superior high oleic sunflower oil, sugar, powdered sugar, mixed spice and lemon essence. Contains gluten and traces of egg, tree nuts and tree nut derivatives, soy and soy-based products.
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