Huesos de Santos
Huesos de Santo translates to ‘bones of the saints’ and are traditionally served for All Saints Day in Spain. These filled tube cookies are created by rolling a marzipan paste consisting of almonds, sugar and a dash of olive oil into a cylindrical form and infusing it with a thick mixture of egg yolks. These distinctive cookies are appropriate for Halloween, yet tasty enough that you’ll want to serve them throughout the year.
Aromas de Medina is a family-owned company located in historic Medina Sidonia, deep in Spain’s southern Andalucía region. The company has passed down its recipes and traditions for generations, and uses the same ingredients and processes as their predecessors did.
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