Vino Cotto is a typical Italian product especially in central italy and Le Marche where two small towns contend with each other the title of world capital. Recently the Vino Cotto (or better to say Sapa) has been re-discovered in Australia as original ingredient for many recipes. Here the story: Recently I discovered the very unusual joy of vino cotto. Not as sweet as your usual syrups of the golden, maple or chocolate variety, with a unique slight spicy, complex flavour. It’s very interesting and definitely worth trying. Vino cotto is a sweet, thin, sweet syrup made from wine/grapes. It has a slight complexity to it, as result of coming from wine. It's beautiful with prunes, on pancakes and also matched with dark chocolate in cooking."
Vino Cotto and Chocolate Cheesecake Cupcakes
200g room temperature butter1 cup castor sugar2 eggs½ tsp vanilla essence1/3 cup milk2 cups of self-raising flour½ cup cocoa powderCheesecake filling:400g cream cheese¼ cup vino cotto2 tbsp cocoa butter25g butter½ tsp cinnamon2/3 cup icing sugar
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