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Risalamande

Summary
Risalamande (ˌri:salaˈmɑŋ also spelled as ris à l'amande) is a traditional Danish dessert served at Christmas dinner and julefrokost (Christmas lunch). It is made of rice pudding mixed with whipped cream, sugar, vanilla, and chopped almonds. It is served cold with either warm or cold cherry sauce (kirsebærsovs). Etymology The name is based on French riz à l'amande meaning , although the dessert has a Danish origin. Today risalamande is the spelling authorized by the Danish Language Council. History Risalamande was clearly inspired by the classical French dessert of riz à l'impératrice (empress rice) which is more solid, shaped in moulds and decorated with raspberry jelly. Risalamande was created in the late 19th century. It gained popularity when rice pudding became more common. Until then rice pudding had been an exclusive dish, requiring two expensive, imported ingredients: almonds and cinnamon. After World War II, risalamande experienced an increase in popular
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