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La Lareña Ensaimada with orange filling

La Lareña Ensaimada with orange filling
Art-Nr.: 00837
500g approx. vacuum pack
14,95 €
(Price for 1 kg: 29.90 €)

La Lareña Ensaimada with orange filling

The "Ensaïmada Orange" is a traditional pastry consisting of a sugared, fermented and oven-baked dough made from starch flour, water, sugar, eggs, sourdough and lard.

Our Ensaïmada "Orange" is filled with fruity, intense-tasting, slightly sweetened orange cream made from natural oranges from Sóller.

 

The filled ensaïmada is a fresh product. In our vacuum packaging, it can be kept unopened for up to 3 weeks. As it tastes best fresh, it should be eaten the same day after opening. Or, if you want to enjoy it later, simply freeze it. Then reheat slightly in the oven just before eating.

Art-Nr.: 00837
500g approx. vacuum pack
14,95 €
(Price for 1 kg: 29.90 €)
Art-Nr.: 00837
500g approx. vacuum pack
14,95 €
(Price for 1 kg: 29.90 €)

The "Ensaïmada Orange" is a traditional pastry consisting of a sugared, fermented and oven-baked dough made from starch flour, water, sugar, eggs, sourdough and lard.

Our Ensaïmada "Orange" is filled with fruity, intense-tasting, slightly sweetened orange cream made from natural oranges from Sóller.

 

The filled ensaïmada is a fresh product. In our vacuum packaging, it can be kept unopened for up to 3 weeks. As it tastes best fresh, it should be eaten the same day after opening. Or, if you want to enjoy it later, simply freeze it. Then reheat slightly in the oven just before eating.

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The Mallorcan ensaïmada is also available filled with angel hair (pumpkin jam) or unfilled, according to tradition. It is a typically artisanal product that only an experienced pastry chef can make so that it retains all its characteristic qualities. The ensaïmada is eaten at 1st breakfast or 2nd breakfast, as a dessert or "in between" (and often together with a cup of hot chocolate!). In other words, at any time of the day or night...

The ensaïmada is a pastry made with a sugared, fermented and oven-baked dough prepared with starch flour, water, sugar, eggs, sourdough and lard. It is a confectionery product with a long tradition on the island and has been popularly made and eaten since ancient times. The first written references to ensaïmada can be found in the 17th century.

At that time, the wheat flour was mainly used to make bread, but there are also documents that mention the production of ensaïmada for festivals and celebrations. From the 18th century onwards, ensaïmada was increasingly enjoyed by the middle and upper classes, becoming a popular snack with a cup of hot chocolate. During the 19th century, the ensaïmada finally became known beyond its borders and was mentioned in many places - be it in recipe collections, in reports on baked goods or even in travelogues - where its production method was published or it was presented as a typical and very popular product. In 1869-1891, the Austrian Archduke Ludwig Salvator von Habsburg wrote a magnificent treatise on the island's traditions entitled "Die Balearen in Wort und Bild geschildert" (The Balearic Islands in Words and Pictures), which also contains numerous references to the ensaïmada, describing it as a typical pastry. Historical documents show that the ensaïmada was part of the historical heritage of the island of Mallorca and was undoubtedly an important ingredient in the confectionery of its own production, which continues to be baked unchanged to this day. The ensaïmada is a typically artisanal product that can only be made by an experienced pastry chef so that it retains all its characteristic features. There is a great tradition in the production of bread and confectionery and the confectionery trade is one of the oldest guilds, dating back to the 14th century.
 
This great tradition can also be seen when examining the average age of bakeries. More than 50% of the businesses in existence today are more than 150 years old and often already in their fifth generation as a family business. Today, the ensaïmada is the confectionery product par excellence with which the whole of Spain identifies and which enjoys great popularity across all social classes. Thanks to the many tourists, the ensaïmada has also become internationally known.

INGREDIENTS:
WHEAT flour, water, EGGS, sugar, orange, lard and yeast.
May contain traces of SHELL FRUIT and MILK.

 

NUTRITION DECLARATION PER 100g Pastry

Energy: 458 Kcal / 1909 KJ
Fat: 31,3g
of which  
-saturated: 13,35g
-mono unsaturated fats: 13,15g
-poly unsaturated fats: 3,13g
Carbohydrates: 38,4g
of which  
-Sugar: 36,7g
Protein: 5,7g
Salt: 249mg
   

 

JAM FILLING:
67g orange per 100g product, sugar and lemon juice.

NUTRITION DECLARATION PER 100g

Energy: 377 Kcal / 1591 KJ
Fat: 0,1g
of which  
-saturated: 0,1g
-mono unsaturated fats: 0g
-poly unsaturated fats: 0g
Carbohydrates: 76g
of which  
-Sugar: 75g
Protein: 0,1g
Salt: 0g
   

PRODUCED BY:
La Lareña

FOR:
Fet a Sóller SL;
Polígono Son Angelats 1
07100 Sóller (Mallorca)

Product of Spain

Fet a Sóller

"Fet a Sóller" is an initiative that aims to connect commerce with nature. Its target is to take care of tradition and natural resources and increase the quality of life. Natural, healthy and tasty products; many of them with the seal of ecological product.

Linie: La Lareña

STORAGE:
Cool and dry

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The Mallorcan ensaïmada is also available filled with angel hair (pumpkin jam) or unfilled, according to tradition. It is a typically artisanal product that only an experienced pastry chef can make so that it retains all its characteristic qualities. The ensaïmada is eaten at 1st breakfast or 2nd breakfast, as a dessert or "in between" (and often together with a cup of hot chocolate!). In other words, at any time of the day or night...

The ensaïmada is a pastry made with a sugared, fermented and oven-baked dough prepared with starch flour, water, sugar, eggs, sourdough and lard. It is a confectionery product with a long tradition on the island and has been popularly made and eaten since ancient times. The first written references to ensaïmada can be found in the 17th century.

At that time, the wheat flour was mainly used to make bread, but there are also documents that mention the production of ensaïmada for festivals and celebrations. From the 18th century onwards, ensaïmada was increasingly enjoyed by the middle and upper classes, becoming a popular snack with a cup of hot chocolate. During the 19th century, the ensaïmada finally became known beyond its borders and was mentioned in many places - be it in recipe collections, in reports on baked goods or even in travelogues - where its production method was published or it was presented as a typical and very popular product. In 1869-1891, the Austrian Archduke Ludwig Salvator von Habsburg wrote a magnificent treatise on the island's traditions entitled "Die Balearen in Wort und Bild geschildert" (The Balearic Islands in Words and Pictures), which also contains numerous references to the ensaïmada, describing it as a typical pastry. Historical documents show that the ensaïmada was part of the historical heritage of the island of Mallorca and was undoubtedly an important ingredient in the confectionery of its own production, which continues to be baked unchanged to this day. The ensaïmada is a typically artisanal product that can only be made by an experienced pastry chef so that it retains all its characteristic features. There is a great tradition in the production of bread and confectionery and the confectionery trade is one of the oldest guilds, dating back to the 14th century.
 
This great tradition can also be seen when examining the average age of bakeries. More than 50% of the businesses in existence today are more than 150 years old and often already in their fifth generation as a family business. Today, the ensaïmada is the confectionery product par excellence with which the whole of Spain identifies and which enjoys great popularity across all social classes. Thanks to the many tourists, the ensaïmada has also become internationally known.

INGREDIENTS:
WHEAT flour, water, EGGS, sugar, orange, lard and yeast.
May contain traces of SHELL FRUIT and MILK.

 

NUTRITION DECLARATION PER 100g Pastry

Energy: 458 Kcal / 1909 KJ
Fat: 31,3g
of which  
-saturated: 13,35g
-mono unsaturated fats: 13,15g
-poly unsaturated fats: 3,13g
Carbohydrates: 38,4g
of which  
-Sugar: 36,7g
Protein: 5,7g
Salt: 249mg
   

 

JAM FILLING:
67g orange per 100g product, sugar and lemon juice.

NUTRITION DECLARATION PER 100g

Energy: 377 Kcal / 1591 KJ
Fat: 0,1g
of which  
-saturated: 0,1g
-mono unsaturated fats: 0g
-poly unsaturated fats: 0g
Carbohydrates: 76g
of which  
-Sugar: 75g
Protein: 0,1g
Salt: 0g
   

Fet a Sóller

"Fet a Sóller" is an initiative that aims to connect commerce with nature. Its target is to take care of tradition and natural resources and increase the quality of life. Natural, healthy and tasty products; many of them with the seal of ecological product. Fet a Sóller

PRODUCED BY:
La Lareña

FOR:
Fet a Sóller SL;
Polígono Son Angelats 1
07100 Sóller (Mallorca)

Product of Spain

STORAGE:
Cool and dry

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