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(FA) Torrone


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A sweet and bright pineapple laid into a light yellow cake, topped with pomegranate

Made on:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BgWdBB-DLb4

Adaptation from HIC's Limoncello Torrone Parfait (respect)
But the FA Pandoro and Molinberry Custard just bring so much more to the table now...

Enjoy,
Screwdriver

This recipe is an attempt to recreate the powder sugar coated shortbread cookie with inclusions of candied lemon zest that I enjoyed as a child

Excerpt of review of the rebirth of the cookie under a new manufacturer:
"The crumbly cookies, coated with powdered sugar, and sprinkled throughout with enchantingly tart and yellow bits of lemony stuff, were so amazing that sometimes we’d polish off a whole box before we even got to the check-out counter (hey, we paid for the empty box!). But in the 1990s, Lemon Coolers disappeared from grocery store shelves after the cookie’s maker, Sunshine Biscuits, merged with Keebler in 1996."

This recipe is 100% DIY or Die community created. I started with a simple Biscuit and Lemon sicily and asked the group (via Facebook) how they suggested I tweak it to give it that powdered sugar feel and taste and a good lemon bite that was blended into the cookie, not overpowering it.

I will take 100% of the criticism as I published the final recipe under my name, but the guys in the DIYOD facebook group deserve the credit for getting this all-day-vape off the ground.

Created for the Flavor Pro Year of Mixing week #7. This is a caramel and white chocolate candy with a tiny hint of nougat in there to help add a fluffy filling. If you do not have the FA-Torrone you could omit it but it does interesting things to this mix. Admittedly I have trouble tasting white chocolate and vanilla profiles for any length of time, so this was difficult for me to adjust. This was as close as I could get to what I was trying to create. The white chocolates and caramel come together and accent each other nicely. The FLV-Smooth Vanilla helps to bring in some of that cocoa butter taste that the white chocolates were missing.

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Hell with it. I can probably make it better, but it's pretty good. So if that beta snowflake matthewkokanda can release recipes early, so can I.

Note for such low VG i strongly suggest the use of PDO or PEG400.

This is a Maple Bourbon Custard

For the Maple Bourbon I used some FA Maple Syrup, RF Bourbon Cream & FA Vanilla Bourbon.

For the custard I layered/threw together a bunch of different creams. The main ones are the INW Custard & OOO Vanilla Custard Cheesecake. The OOO Creme Brulee is used for some toasted sweetness & I added a drop of FA Torrone to thicken the cream up some more.

PLEASE RATE & REVIEW IF YOU MIX

To me this is a balanced, sweet, slightly lemony Torrone Nougat.

Torrone @ 1.5: I wanted to push the flavor for as much as I could get from it while keeping the whole recipe sweet and smooth.

Almond(FA): the Torrone nougat has almonds in it and the chewy candy is actually a candied almond paste.

Marzipan(INW): I use Marzipan because of how it enhances the Almond flavor.

Cream Fresh (FA) and Meringue (TPA): when used at same percentages they infuse a "Wetness" to the overall flavor, in addition to their creaminess. Additionally, I wanted TPA Meringue for the sweet powdered sugar properties that it would bring to this candy nougat.

Lemon Meringue Pie V2 (CAP): This was just a stroke of genius, a hunch, whatever you call it, but I was toying with this recipe using Toffees and had an "AHA" moment , … so I tried it and I liked it....

Vienna Cream (FA) : Vienna cream adds to that creamy punch needed to balance the nuttiness of Torrone

Vanilla Swirl (TPA): Again to add dimension to the creaminess and hopefully, at 2 %, add some chewiness to the recipe.

I hope you enjoy this as much as I do. You comments are welcome and appreciated.

The Blondie base is the cookie and the cupcake, adding in the FA Torrone to add the darker creamier nutty notes that represent the walnut (which is the level of nuttiness that it adds but also brings a creamy note that adds into the blondie base.) FA Vanilla Gelato for the ice cream topping, with white chocolate chips sprinkled on top with a drizzle of butterscotch and maple. Straight forward. This is pretty sweet on it's own, but you can easily add a touch of sweetener to taste so that the level of sweetness reflects what you like. I'm on an anti sugar diet kick right now so I can't do sweet juice for very long, and this is super sweet to me without sweetener.

It's supposed to be a strawberry wafer. I've been mixing for RTAs recently, so this is made to be used in a single coil RTA (I use a HotCig Centaur). Sub FA cookie in for PUR Cookie if you want, I just ran out.

I like using FA Torrone and Marzipan in lighter cookie recipes because the nougat and slight nutty notes they bring definitely help add a bit of a crunch/snap no matter how light your cookie base is. Here, my cookie base is PUR Cookie (FA Cookie is also an excellent one to use, probably my favorite for any wafer profile) and TFA Graham Cracker. I went with the tried and true TFA Strawberry + Strawb Ripe combo, even though it's difficult for me to taste sometimes. It's just a good strawberry flavor. In order to help keep it apparent in the mix I kept everything else low. Dragonfruit is simply there for its emulsifying properties and to help the strawberry from disappearing on me. I debated using Toasted Marshmallow because I didn't want to introduce too much EM into the mix but it's almost necessary to keep a nice airy wafer profile and fluff up that filling. FA Vienna Cream is also fantastic if you're after a nice fluffy cream filling.

Honestly it's vapeable after about 7-10 days, but for some reason I can't taste strawberries for shit unless they steep for like a month. After about 3 weeks it comes together perfectly and the strawberries and creams turn into that gooey strawberry cream inside of a wafer.

It's a profile that's been done a million times over but nothing ever really hit the spot for me. Although in the ballpark, this still isn't 100% what I want. But that could just be down to how difficult it is for me to taste strawberries.

The Blondie base is the cookie and the cupcake, adding in the FA Torrone to add the darker creamier nutty notes that represent the walnut (which is the level of nuttiness that it adds but also brings a creamy note that adds into the blondie base.) FA Vanilla Gelato for the ice cream topping, with white chocolate chips sprinkled on top with a drizzle of butterscotch and maple. Straight forward. This is pretty sweet on it's own, but you can easily add a touch of sweetener to taste so that the level of sweetness reflects what you like. I'm on an anti sugar diet kick right now so I can't do sweet juice for very long, and this is super sweet to me without sweetener.

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