What’s so Special About Marcona Almonds?
Finding their way to popularity from Mediterranean kitchens, Marcona almonds aren’t just a garnish for fancy-schmancy cheese plates anymore. A product of Spain, these almonds are plumper than your regular California almond, and have a more delicate flavor and texture. The taste and texture are often described as a cross between a Macadamia nut and an almond.
Wondering how to use Marcona almonds? They are a great addition to baked goods, salads and pastas, or even blended into sauces as a thickener.
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