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Bonbon Di More (italian Blackberry Sweets)

  • This recipe has been found in Sant'Agata and it reminds the past
  • times where only rich people could afford to buy sweets and cakes
  • in general, while young poor people had to wait until Christmas or
  • when they were ill. On the other hand the thrifty use of sugar
  • permitted to have healthier teeth. These sweets or "bonbon", as
  • they were once called using a French word, have a medical function:
  • they cure hoarseness and sore throat.

Take some blackberries, search them and boil their juice without seeds for a long time adding some sugar and mixing with a ladle in order to avoid the juice to stick. When the mixture becomes thick, put it on a marble board and level it with a knife blade in order to have a thickness of about one centimetre. then let it dry to the sun for several days covering it with a gauze. When the mixture is well solidified cut it in many stock cubes and dip them in castor sugar. Then put these cubes in a jar, well closed, and eat them whenever you want, but especially in winter. With the same recipe it is possible to prepare "bonbon" with wood strawberries, blackberries and raspberries.

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