SABATON, 60% SWEETENED CHESTNUT SPREAD
Industrialist Clément Faugier invented chestnut spread, or cremes de marron, in 1885. Marron glaces were at the time a beloved but delicate confection, susceptible to damage, and therefore, Fauglier sought way to repurpose broken Marron Glaces he was unable to sell. He wanted to avoid having to dispose of the expensive product. Sweetened chestnut puree was thinned and flavored with a syrup of water, sugar, vanilla and small bits of candied chestnuts, and crème de marrons was born! Use in confections or as a complement to savory courses of poultry, pork or beef.
SABATON, UNSWEETENED CHESTNUT PUREE 85%
Full of flavor these whole chestnuts or marrons entiers are the perfect accompaniment for game birds, turkey and chicken.