The allure of baking with Fiori di Sicilia

“There's a greeness to it, what I think about it smells like once you snap a chunk of citrus off a department,” says Bon Appetit contributor Heather Eddy. She admits that she wore vanilla extract as a fragrance as a younger lady and is tempted to do the identical with Fiori di Sicilia. 

The important oil can exchange vanilla extract in recipes and it's used all through the canon of Italian baking – like in panettone and colomba. Eddy, who was raised in a Polish household, reveals the scent reminds her of her grandmother’s babka and suggests utilizing it in enriched doughs. With actual components remaining mysterious, the recipe is a little bit of a guarded secret. 

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