Torrone (nougat) is a traditional Christmas and winter treat in Italy - typically made with honey, sugar, egg whites, and toasted nuts; including hazelnuts, almond, and pistachios. Italian Torrone is usually cut into rectangles or bite-size pieces (torronicni) and made either soft and chewy (morbido) or hard (duro) - some versions can even be found dipped in chocolate! Historically torrone is from Cremona in the Lombardia region - however wonderful varieties are now being producted in such regions as Abruzzo, Sicily, Sardinia, and Campania.
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