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SARADIS Pistachios in Syrup 453g

Visit any Greek household and there’s an excellent chance you will be greeted with “spoon sweets” – delectable nuts, fruit or citrus peels preserved in luscious sugar syrup – and served in a generous teaspoon with a glass of water, or coffee. For centuries, spoon sweets have been inextricably linked to Greek, Turkish, Balkan and Russian tradition and culture - offered to family and friends as a gesture of warmth and hospitality. Saradis has been making spoon sweets on the beautiful Greek Island of Chios since 1928. Saranatis Pistachio Sweets feature hand-picked pistachios in their shells, immersed in a rich and flavorful sugar syrup. Served chilled, in the traditional way, our Pistachio Sweets are heaven on a teaspoon! Succulent and chewy, our Pistachio Sweets are delicious with Greek yogurt – and sheer perfection with vanilla ice cream or tangy plain frozen yogurt. Use Saradis Pistachio Sweets to add sweet pistachio goodness to cheesecakes and tarts. Serve as a topping on rice pudding – and you may have a new dessert favorite! You will find spoon sweets (Glyka tou Koutaliou, in Greek) in almost every household in Greece. One teaspoon of Saradis Pistachio Sweets will satisfy any sweet craving.
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