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A sweet, yeast bun, produced in Majorca, but once made all over Spain. It was probably introduced by the Moors, and is still made in a curled 'turban' shape. Ensaimada's are popular at breakfast time and come in various sizes - some being filled with 'angel's hair' jam or custard. See 'Angel's hair'

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