Recipe

Peaches with Nutella® and Amaretti

Easy
10 min
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Amaretti biscuits originated in Italy in the Middle Ages, towards the end of the thirteenth century and they spread throughout Europe during the Renaissance. In addition to their production in Italy, and particularly in Lombardy, they also have a great tradition of production in France. This recipe for Peaches with Nutella® and Amaretti, however, is an entirely Italian invention.

Peaches with Nutella® and Amaretti

INGREDIENTS for 4 portions

4 Peaches in syrup

8 Amaretti

60 g Nutella® (15 g/portion)

For decoration

Mint

nutella – an ingredient to prepare this delicious recipe

To prepare this delicious recipe, 15g of Nutella® per person is enough to enjoy!

Peaches with NUTELLA® and Amaretti - STEP 1
STEP 1

Drain the peaches. Cut the first half of each peach into slices and leave the other half whole.

Peaches with NUTELLA® and Amaretti - STEP 2
STEP 2

Arrange the 2 parts of the peach as in the picture*. Fill the middle of the first peach half with approximately 7 g of Nutella®. Garnish the second half with 7 g of Nutella®, using a piping bag. Decorate with amaretti and a mint leaf, then serve. You can also use fresh peaches.

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Amaretti biscuits originated in Italy during the Middle Ages towards the end of the thirteenth century, and they spread throughout Europe during the Renaissance. In addition to their production in Italy, and particularly in Lombardy, they also have a great tradition of production in France. This recipe for peaches with Nutella® and amaretti, however, is an entirely Italian invention.

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