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Are au praliné noisettes vegan?

Au praliné noisettes is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is au praliné noisettes?

"Au praliné noisettes" is a French culinary term that refers to a rich and decadent ingredient made from a blend of caramelized sugar and toasted hazelnuts. The hazelnuts are finely ground into a smooth paste and mixed with the caramelized sugar, resulting in a luscious and creamy texture that's packed with nutty flavor. This ingredient is often used in French patisserie to add a luxurious twist to desserts such as cakes, tarts, and chocolates. Its versatile nature also makes it a popular choice for spreading on toast or croissants, adding a touch of indulgence to any breakfast or snack.

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