Have you already come across the first Maroni stands on the street corners? As soon as it gets foggy and cool outside, they seem to spring up on the streets almost overnight, giving the streets and alleyways that unmistakable chestnut aroma, reminiscent of autumn and the cold season.
Is there anything nicer than buying a hot bag of chestnuts during an autumn walk and warming your damp fingers on them? And: the warm feeling of chestnuts in the hands is virtually almost as beautiful as the taste of hot chestnuts on your tongue, right? I can thoroughly recommend this Maroni soup with red wine to anyone who wants to bring this into the kitchen at home. It is wonderfully creamy and with a small pinch of cinnamon, makes you almost yearn for Christmas. It is made as follows.