Compared to sugar strands, powdered sugar is much more common in many recipes for typical Italian sweets, such as Christmas panettone and pandoro, Carnival and Easter sweets, doughnuts, pastry, Neapolitan pastiera and other traditional cakes.
Industrial sugar is often sold mixed with flour or starch, which make it water-repellent. Compared to the classic version, which adds nothing to the product, this type of grinding prevents sugar from being absorbed by the surface on which it is put and slows down the melting process.
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