Marzipan

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Marzipan is a confection consisting primarily of sugar or honey and almond meal (ground almonds), sometimes augmented with almond oil or extract.wikipedia
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Christmas cake

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It can also be used in biscuits or rolled into thin sheets and glazed for icing cakes, primarily birthday, wedding cakes and Christmas cakes.

Cake

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It can also be used in biscuits or rolled into thin sheets and glazed for icing cakes, primarily birthday, wedding cakes and Christmas cakes.
Cakes can also be filled with fruit preserves, nuts or dessert sauces (like pastry cream), iced with buttercream or other icings, and decorated with marzipan, piped borders, or candied fruit.

Wedding cake

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It can also be used in biscuits or rolled into thin sheets and glazed for icing cakes, primarily birthday, wedding cakes and Christmas cakes.
Marzipan, fondant, gum paste, buttercream, and chocolate are among the popular ingredients used.

Almond paste

Marzipan paste
Marzipan paste may also be used as a baking ingredient, as in stollen or banket.
It is similar to marzipan.

Princess cake

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Traditional Swedish princess cake is typically covered with a layer of marzipan that has been tinted pale green or pink.
This is topped by marzipan, giving the cake a smooth rounded top.

Marzipan pig

In Denmark and Norway, it is common to eat marzipan pigs for Christmas and marzipan shaped as eggs for Easter, and Kransekage for New Year's Eve.
The marzipan pig is a traditional German and Scandinavian confectionery consisting of marzipan shaped as a pig.

Tortell

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Marzipan is also used in Tortell, and in some versions of king cake eaten during the Carnival season.
Tortell, Tortel in Spanish or Gâteau des Rois in French (Reiaume or Corona dels Reis in Occitan) is a Catalan and Occitan pastry typically O-shaped, usually stuffed with marzipan or whipped cream, that on some special occasions is topped with glazed fruit.

Stollen

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Marzipan paste may also be used as a baking ingredient, as in stollen or banket.
Other ingredients, such as milk, sugar, butter, salt, rum, eggs, vanilla, other dried fruits and nuts and marzipan, may also be added to the dough.

Dutch letter

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Marzipan paste may also be used as a baking ingredient, as in stollen or banket.
Marzipan, an almond paste prepared with almond meal and honey or sugar, is sometimes used as the filling.

Königsberg marzipan

Königsberg marzipan remains a special type of marzipan in Germany that is golden brown on its surface and sometimes embedded with marmalade at its centre.
Königsberg marzipan is a type of marzipan traditionally produced in the German city of Königsberg (now Kaliningrad, Russia).

Maiasmokk

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In Tallinn, in Maiasmokk café, there is a small museum dedicated to the history and manufacture of marzipan.
The premises also contain a museum about the history and uses of marzipan.

Lübeck Marzipan

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Examples include Lübecker Marzipan (PGI ). The city's manufacturers like Niederegger still guarantee their marzipan to contain two-thirds almonds by weight, which results in a product of highest quality.
Lübeck Marzipan (Lübecker Marzipan) refers to marzipan originating from the city of Lübeck in northern Germany and has been protected by an EU Council Directive as a “Protected Geographical Indication” (PGI) since 1996.

Peach

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Persipan is a similar, yet less expensive product, in which the almonds are replaced by apricot or peach kernels.
Due to their close relatedness, the inside of a peach stone tastes remarkably similar to almond, and peach stones are often used to make a cheap version of marzipan, known as persipan.

Mozartkugel

The original manually produced Mozartkugeln are made from green pistachio marzipan.
A Mozartkugel (English: Mozart ball), is a small, round sugar confection made of pistachio marzipan and nougat that is covered with dark chocolate.

Almond meal

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Marzipan is a confection consisting primarily of sugar or honey and almond meal (ground almonds), sometimes augmented with almond oil or extract.
It is used in pastry and confectionery – in the manufacture of almond macarons and macaroons and other sweet pastries, in cake and pie filling, such as Sachertorte – and is one of the two main ingredients of marzipan and almond paste.

Sinterklaas

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In the Netherlands and Belgium, marzipan figures are given as presents to children during Saint Nicholas's Eve.
Typical Sinterklaas treats traditionally include mandarin oranges, pepernoten, speculaas (sometimes filled with almond paste), banketletter (pastry filled with almond paste) or a chocolate letter (the first letter of the child's name made out of chocolate), chocolate coins, suikerbeest (animal-shaped figures made of sugary confection), and marzipan figures.

Persipan

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Persipan is a similar, yet less expensive product, in which the almonds are replaced by apricot or peach kernels.
Persipan (from Persicus (peach) and marzipan; also known as Parzipan) is a material used in confectionery.

Fruitcake

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This use is particularly common in the UK, on large fruitcakes.
The traditional Christmas cake is a round fruitcake covered in marzipan and then in white royal icing or fondant icing.

Tallinn

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In Tallinn, in Maiasmokk café, there is a small museum dedicated to the history and manufacture of marzipan.
Marzipan industry in Tallinn has a very long history.

Confectionery

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Marzipan is a confection consisting primarily of sugar or honey and almond meal (ground almonds), sometimes augmented with almond oil or extract.
Marzipan: An almond-based confection, doughy in consistency.

Battenberg cake

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Battenberg cake – a light sponge cake covered in marzipan
The cake is covered in marzipan and, when cut in cross section, displays a distinctive two-by-two check pattern alternately coloured pink and yellow.

Bethmännchen

Bethmännchen – a traditional German pastry which contains marzipan
Bethmännchen (German for "a little Bethmann") is a pastry made from marzipan with almond, powdered sugar, rosewater, flour and egg.

Filipino cuisine

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In the Philippines marzipan was brought from Spain, mazapán de pili (Spanish for "pili marzipan") is made from pili nuts.
Mini pastries like turrones de casuy are made up of cashew marzipan wrapped with a wafer made to resemble a candy wrapper but take on a miniature look of a pie in a size of about a quarter.

Aboukir almonds

Aboukir almonds – marzipan-covered almonds originating in Abu Qir
Aboukir almond is a variety of candy or sweet made of almond-filled and sugar-coated marzipan.

Simnel cake

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Simnel cake – a light fruit cake covered in marzipan
It is distinguished by two layers of almond paste or marzipan, one in the middle and one on top.