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A sugar-coated pill or capsule.


1. A small, often medicated candy.
2. A tiny, hard candy used to decorate baked goods.
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Hatziyiannakis Dragees was founded in 1950, by Nikolaos Hatziyiannakis.
Dragees represent a category of crystalline confections made from slow-roasted nuts that have gone through two distinct processes: candying and coating.
We used a combination of dragees (dra-zhays), edible gold, matte red decoratifs, and sanding sugar.
Soon after starting production of Infusion Solutions SIZA decided to introduce high quality tablets and dragees.
The purchaser agrees to offer the products interchangeably, Ie: - dragees instead of coated tablets and vice versa, - tablets instead of coated tablets and vice versa, - tablets and coated tablets instead of capsules and vice versa, - capsules instead of dragees and vice versa, - vials instead of ampoules and vice versa.
25-ounce) box white cake mix 1 teaspoon almond flavoring divided 1 (16-ounce) can vanilla frosting For garnish: sprinkles, nonpareils, and dragees Prepare white cake mix according to package directions, adding V2 teaspoon almond extract.
Hansen demonstrated the excellent colouring properties of its natural colours and colouring foodstuffs in different applications like dragees, jelly gums, hard candy, extruded products, snacks and ice cream cones.
Koppers has originated many, if not most, of the panned chocolates we all enjoy today, such as Chocolate Covered Espresso Beans, in the world's most extensive line of gourmet dragees (over 450 varieties).
Ingredients 300ml freshly made espresso coffee 100g light brown soft sugar 150ml Columba Cream Liqueur 24 Waitrose Belgian chocolate coffee dragees Method Pour the hot coffee into a jug and stir in the sugar until it has dissolved.