Italian translation: caramelle al burro sbriciolate
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13:17 Aug 6, 2010
English to Italian translations [PRO] Cooking / Culinary
OK fair enough. but these crumbs are they also called chips ?
It is often used as a flavour for items such as dessert sauce, pudding, and biscuits (cookies). To that end, it can be bought in "butterscotch chips", made with hydrogenated (solid) fats so as to be similar for baking use to chocolate chips. There are also individually wrapped, translucent sometimes yellow colored hard candies with an artificial butterscotch flavour, which is dissimilar to actual butterscotch. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butterscotch
Please look at the following website where everything will (hopefully) become clear:
From the first to the last bite, Grandma Wild's biscuits will leave you asking for more. Individual and uniquely flavoured, these award winning biscuits are baked on trays, the way granny Wild baked them over 100 years ago.
Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Sugar, Salted Butter (30%), Vegetable Oils, Butterscotch Crumb (5%), Natural Flavouring, Salt.
May contain traces of Nuts and Sesame seeds.
Contains Wheat, Gluten, Milk and Maize.
It is quite clearly about biscuits made with crumbs of butterscotch!! I do not know what to call it in Italian, but as a butterscotch-eating, biscuit-loving native (British) English speaker, this is definitely what I would be expecting from the description.
dopo un po' ho fatto caso alla 'piccola' differenza tra caramelle e caramello. Qui si sta parlando di biscotti, nn di caramelle! Che esistono anche 'butterscotch'. E vi aiguro a tutti una bellissima serata:-))
The trademark here is TOLL HOUSE®, not butterscotch. Butterscotch sweets are made by numerous companies. Callard & Bowser were my favourite as a kid. Sadly, I have just seen that they are now part of Suchard and have ceased production of all lines for the UK market... :-((