- n. Plural form of hazelnut.
“(This year I put in hazelnuts because Grandma is here.)”
“Cool 1 minute, then stir in hazelnuts, salt, liqueur, extract and chocolate.”
“Tastes like roasted cashews or hazelnuts, is mostly protein and fibre and is delicious in pancakes and crepes as well as in chocolate desserts and thickening rich brown sauces and gravies.”
“The swirl looked lovely, the hazelnuts were a crunchy top to complement the slightly-crunchy base, but the overall effect was to create a very, very sweet slice of cake with the nutella elbowing the cheesecake out of the pole position in the flavor race.”
“The hazelnuts were a surprise element not in the menu description and not a good one.”
“The added crunch of the hazelnuts is a nice surprise and finally, the ooey-gooey chocolate chips are just like a chocolate chip cookie!”
“The dark one has a hint of coffee flavour and the hazelnuts are a tad crunchier, while the milk one is smooth and creamy… The pomegranate truffles are to die for with their contrast of dark chocolate against a smooth filling of tart pomegranate.”
“If food producers switch to other nuts, such as hazelnuts, that could harm the almond industry for years to come, he explained.”
“They are harvesting - for free - nearly 200 ingredients throughout the year: from common crops such as hazelnuts, brambles and wild strawberries, to dozens of different fungi, through to specialist crops such as elm and lime leaves, or sweet cicely.”
“In addition, delicacies such as hazelnuts from Turkey, Morello cherries from the Périgord, almonds from Italy and walnuts from Grenoble.”
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