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Italian Organic Oregano is grown on a small mountain in Italy; an all natural herb, strictly certified organic, and shipped directly from Italy to you. It's the secret ingredient for all your Italian recipes.
Italian organic oregano grown on a small mountain in Italy; an all natural herb, strictly certified organic, and shipped directly from Italy to you. It's the secret ingredient for all your recipes.
Agrigento, Sicily, Italy

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1 lb sponge cake
1 pint whipping cream
Icing sugar
Maraschino liqueur
3.5 ounces dark chocolate
2 ounces chocolate chips
2 ounces candied lime and orange peels.
Cut 3/4 of the sponge cake into rectangles and use to line a pudding bowl.
Brush the pieces of the sponge cake with the liqueur.
Whip the cream and sweeten with the icing sugar.
Melt the chocolate over a *bain-marie; when it has cooled, add half the whipped cream, mix together and then pour into the pudding bowl; smooth the surface.
Stir the chocolate and mixed candied peels into the remaining whipped cream and pour into the pudding bowl.
Now cover the open top of the bowl with the remaining pieces of sponge cake and seal with a sheet of greaseproof paper.
Leave in the fridge for six hours.
To remove the zuccotto from the bowl before serving, dip it into hot water for a few minutes, then cover with a flat serving dish and turn upside down.
The best wine to accompany this sweet is a good Vin Santo.
Note: *Bain-marie or Mary's bath is a method utilized to slowly warm or convey uniform temperature to a liquid or solid substance, by submerging the container into a larger one with boiling or near boiling water.
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