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Yes...I said Spamoni...not spumoni.  It is however, Italian in origin as well...and as near as I can find, it's similar to a marshmallow, but I'd need a recipe to be able to compare the two.


It's often knotted in a rope form.  Here is a pic of it.




If you have a recipe you are willing to share, I would appreciate it.  I have many marshmallow recipes I use...but this looks even more stable.  :)

"Tis an ill cook that cannot lick his own fingers"
"Tis an ill cook that cannot lick his own fingers"
post #2 of 7

Wow, no reply since February?  Does anyone out there have a recipe for this?  I'd love to try it out, too!

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Link broken.

Edited by flipflopgirl - 7/1/13 at 7:42am
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I was googling key words ( Italian marshmallow extruder candy recipe) and kept coming up with the OP's pix on Pinterest and a blog site and a Chinese company that sells candy extruders.

Plus a ton of spell checked sites for spumoni.




post #5 of 7

I did some random Googling, too, and found the Circus Peanuts candy to seem similar in texture to the Italian extruded stuff, but the only recipe I have found so far was, while hilarious, not too relevant.


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I am now following Joleene the Trailer Park Queen on youtube.

I will get you for this, Rowan.



post #7 of 7

LOL--I got myself on that one!  It's wonderfully hilarious!



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