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Special biscuits traditionally eaten in the Catalonian region of Spain on the 31st October (Haaloween).

They are made with ground almonds, potato and egg - the whole often being rolled in pine kernels before baking.

Chocolate, coconut or coffee flavours are sometimes added.

Traditionally they are eaten with sweet potatoes and roasted chestnuts and accompanied by sweet white wine.

They have the general recognition/protection of the E.U's (TSG) regulations. See 'Agriculture; Traditional Speciality Guaranteed'

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