Q: Where can I find turron?

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Turron is pronounced "too-rohn" with the stress on the first syllable.

Turron is a Spanish food. The term 'turron' is used in particular to reference a type of Spanish Almond candy that is popular during the Christmas season.

Christmas

Turron from Alicante is a Caltalan delicacy made from honey, eggwhites and almonds. It is a kind of Spanish nougat

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flan turron

easter

Christmas time in Spain.

Spain it is very popular their.

No Halva is not a Nougat confection, but Turron is a Nougat Confection.

Some Spanish specialties of the house are: calamares paella tortilla tapas flan cangrejo turron

Desayuno(breakfast)Almuerzo(lunch)Cena(dinner, evening meal)