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'''Comfits''' are seeds, or bits of other spice, coated with sugar. The sugar is applied in several layers of syrup, each of which is dried over low heat. The later layers may have a coloring added so that the comfits are colored rather than white.
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'''Comfits''' are [[seed]]s, or bits of other [[spice]], coated with [[sugar]]. The sugar is applied in several layers of [[syrup]], each of which is dried over low heat. The later layers may have a [[colour]]ing added so that the comfits are colored rather than [[white]].
   
 
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Latest revision as of 06:50, 9 July 2007

Comfits are seeds, or bits of other spice, coated with sugar. The sugar is applied in several layers of syrup, each of which is dried over low heat. The later layers may have a colouring added so that the comfits are colored rather than white.