Condé: "Condé" is the name given, in classical cuisine, to various culinary preparations dedicated to the Grand Condé, French prince of the XNUMXth century (*), and to his descendants by the cooks attached to this family. The savory preparations are characterized by the presence of mashed red beans.
The name also applies to cold desserts made from rice and poached fruit; Classically, these are apricots in syrup, arranged in a crown around a rice cake ...
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