A confection made of almonds and sugar mixed into a paste and molded into shapes. Same as marchpane.
A thick paste made from ground almonds, sugar and egg whites used as a topping for cakes or as a base for the icing for special cakes.
A mixture of almonds, egg whites and corn syrup. It is generally used as a decoration for cakes and in some cases is rolled out and used to cover the whole cake.
Marzipan or almond paste are both firm confectionary paste that's made from ground almonds, sugar and eggs.
A combination of almond paste, sugar and corn syrup. It is used to cover cakes (originally, to cover wedding cakes before a layer of fondant or icing but more currently as a final finish) as well as to mold, coloured decorative candies and figurines. Almond paste is less sweet, is made from bitter and sweet almonds and can be used in baking; it is used in frangipane fillings, nut cakes and cookies.
A sweet, pliable mixture of almond paste, sugar and sometimes unbeaten egg whites. It's often tinted with food coloring and molded into a variety of forms including fruits, animals and holiday shapes. Marzipan is also rolled into thin sheets and used either to cover cakes or to cut into strips to form ribbons, bows and a variety of other shapes.
The exclusive mixture of the rarest almonds (the Faros) and sugar gives a blend with incomparable flavour.
Thick paste made from ground almonds, sugar and egg whites that is used in making cakes and pastries, especially as a topping for Simnel cake or as a base for the icing on a Christmas or wedding cake. It can be coloured and flavoured and used to make petits fours. It can be also be moulded into the shapes of fruits, vegetables etc.
Marzipan is created from a mixture of melted sugar with finely chopped ground almonds.
Marzipan is a mixture of almond past (meal), egg white and icing sugar. It is mainly used by rolling out thinly to cover fruit cakes before they are finished with a layer of royal icing. Marzipan can be shaped, then tinted with food dyes to resemble fruits, and used to decorate cakes.
Sweetened almond paste made into confections.
A pliable confection made from ground almonds, sugar, and egg whites, marzipan is often colored and hand shaped to resemble fruits and vegetables for gift giving. It's also commonly rolled into thin sheets and used to cover wedding cakes or sliced into strips and molded to resemble bows and ribbons.
Made of sugar, egg whites and almonds, this substance can be used as a base for icing, or to mold decorative forms such as flowers from, on the wedding cake. vMatron Of Honor This is the proper title given where the maid of honor is herself married.
A sweet paste made from ground almonds, sugar, and egg whites. Recipe: Easter Marzipan Lambs
A sweet, pliable mixture of ground almonds, sugar and sometimes unbeaten egg whites. It's often tinted with food coloring and molded into a variety of forms. Also known as almond paste.
An almond paste mixture is used to wrap cakes, cookies and candies. Marzipan is also formed into fruit and vegetable shapes and sold in candy stores.
Invented in Venice a few centuries ago to celebrate Venice's patron saint, it was then known as "Pane di San Marco". Made from ground almonds and sugar, it is today widely appreciated in Europe for its fine taste.
A paste made of ground almonds, sugar and egg whites. It is used to mold edible flowers and fruit garnishes for cake. It can also be rolled into sheets like Fondant and used as icing.
not a type of pan at all, but a type of candy
A paste of ground almonds, sugar, and egg whites used to cover cakes or make petit fours. Most often used to cover classic fruit cake, before the icing.
A paste made of sugar, egg whites and almonds that can be used as a base for icing and sculpting on a wedding cake.
A paste made of ground almonds, sugar, and egg whites, used to mold edible flowers or fruit to decorate the cake. Marzipan can also be rolled in sheets, like fondant, and used as icing.
An almond paste with the addition of egg whites. This mixture is kneaded into a smooth paste and used to wrap or layer cakes and candies. Marzipan is also shaped into figures of animals, fruits, and vegetables, and sold in pastry or candy shops.
A paste (of ground almonds, sugar, and egg whites) used to fill and decorate pastries.
is a paste made from ground blanched almonds, sugar, and egg whites. Available packaged, it is shaped and molded to create decorations for cakes and pastries.
Marzipan is a thick paste achieved by skillfully mixing melted sugar with finely chopped ground almonds. The outer shell of a marzipan is an envelope of milk, white or dark chocolate. The Lubecker method (known to be the world's best Marzipan) means that only pure almond and sugar are used, thereby delivering the fullest almond taste.