“Frangipane – Almond Toast” – Almond Crusted Brioche

“Frangipane”

Almond Crusted “Toast” Recipe

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This is a Very Easy and Scrumptious way to serve “Toast”. Almond Crusted Toast – Delicious

Frangipane is derived from frangere il pane (Italian for “break the bread”), from which the noble Frangipani family of Rome derived its name in the 11th century

Other people believe the name was derived from Saint Francis. Pane is Italian for bread and Frangi would have been the cognomen of St. Francis.

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“Frangipane”

Almond Crusted “Toast” Recipe

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This is a really easy way to serve a variation of French Toast. We tried it and Loved it.

It is widely accepted that this is the kind of sweet that the noblewoman Jacopa da Settesoli may have brought to St. Francis of Assisi in 1226, when he was dying.

Although Italian in origin Frangipane is one of France’s many traditional foods associated with Christmas celebration. This is a simple take on the use of Frangipane in today’s world. 

Almond Crusted Toast

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