⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'macaroon' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a macaroon | macaroons
Makrone {f}
Busserl {n} [österr.] [Makrone]
coconut macaroon
Kokosmakrone {f}
coconut macaroon
Kokosnussmakrone {f}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Ricciarelli are traditional Italian biscuits – specifically, a type of macaroon – originating in 14th century Siena.
  • Being essentially an almond macaroon, this cookie belongs to a type known as "amaretto".
  • Thoothukudi in Tamil Nadu has its own variety of macaroon made with cashews instead of almonds, adapted from macarons introduced in colonial times.
  • In 1727, "The Compleat Housewife" by Eliza Smith included a recipe for "To make Ratafia Bisket", with the ingredients: bitter almonds, sugar and egg white, making it a confection that is very similar to a modern macaroon.
  • In late 2012, Stanford University students Tony Xu, Stanley Tang, Andy Fang and Evan Moore were getting feedback on a mobile app for small business owners when a macaroon store owner told them of her challenges meeting demand for deliveries.
  • Macaroon chocolate bars are also popular in Scotland.
  • Thoothukudi macaroon (or Tuticorin) is a type of macaroon from the port town of Thoothukudi, in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
  • He has been named president of the national final of the amateur macaroon competition, and of the 40th edition of the French dessert championship.
  • This variation in ingredients and resulting dryness reflects a continuum that exists also in amaretto (almond-flavored) cookies, from a meringue to a macaroon.
  • " (a form of almond macaroon) from Medina Sidonia, "polvorones" (almond cookies of Estepa), lard bread, wine doughnuts, " [...] " and "calentitos".
  • The macaroon model doesn't specify the language for these caveats; The original paper proposes a model of subjects and rights, but the details are left to individual implementations.
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