Yemas de Santa Teresa (Spanish cuisine): Yemas de Santa Teresa (literally: yolks of Saint Teresa) is a pastry that is identified with the Spanish province of Ávila. Its fame has spread throughout the country and they can be purchased throughout Spain, but they are usually souvenirs related to the city of Ávila.
They are very popular for their distinctive appearance: small orange balls served in a white confectionery paper and are made in honor of Teres...
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