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What are pralines and how do they differ from each other?
Pralines come as a brown paste. The recipe contains at least 50% finely ground nuts and sugar.
Valrhona's line of pralines offers a huge range of flavors and textures, so the possibilities for your delicious creations are endless. We offer many recipes with varying amounts of almonds and/or hazelnuts, pistachios, and pecans.
Valrhona is also unique because it has two different product levels: pralines with a caramelized flavor and pralines that taste like fruit.
Lastly, while most of our pralines have a smooth texture, we also sell two crunchier products to satisfy everyone’s tastes.
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