Recent Examples of frangipane from the Web
The gristmill sources grain from local farmers to create some of the region’s best stone-ground flours, proving the rye flour for Tandem Bakery’s addictive frangipane tarts and quinoa fruit crisps.
But the components — the dough, frangipane and compote — can be prepared up to five days ahead.
My favorite iteration of the crostata is smeared with almond frangipane and dotted with quartered apricots that get blackened on the edges and jammy on the inside.
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Origin and Etymology of frangipane
First Known Use: 1858See Words from the same year
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