Sabayon: The sabayon is a dessert of Italian origin (the word sabayon comes from the Italian zabaione which means "to foam"), made of a fluid and smooth cream, made from wine (the original recipe is with Sicilian Marsala wine. ), sugar and egg yolks emulsified warm in a bain-marie.
Presented in decorated cups or glasses (like those of Caffé Greco, in Rome, of which it was a specialty), the sabayon is offered barely warm, but it can also serve as an accompaniment ...
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