Apple poached in red wine with Amaretti biscuit cream

Apple poached in red wine with Amaretti biscuit cream

Amaretti di Saronno is the most famous variety of these crunchy, almond-flavoured macaroons, and are traditional to the town of that name in the northern Italian commune of Lombardy and date back to the eighteenth century. In this recipe their crunchy crumbs make a fantastic contrast to soft, creamy mascarpone and lightly spiced poached apples. Delizioso!

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This recipe uses sausage meat for the meatballs, Napolina tomato and mascarpone sauce and Napolina bronze die spaghetti.

This dish is sure to become a firm family favourite.