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Are amándes caramelisées vegan?

Amándes caramelisées is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is amándes caramelisées?

Amándes caramelisées, or caramelized almonds, are a delectable treat that is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. These crunchy nuts are coated in a rich, buttery caramel that creates a perfect balance of sweet and savory flavors. The process of caramelizing the almonds involves cooking them in sugar until they become golden brown and crisp. This technique enhances their nutty flavor and adds a delightful crunch to any dish. Amándes caramelisées can be enjoyed as a snack on their own, used as a topping for ice cream or cakes, or incorporated into salads and other savory dishes for a touch of sweetness.

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