The toña, or fogaseta, is a very typical brioche of Valencia which has a fairly slow development process. Outside has a very characteristic dark color as if it were toasters, it tastes sweet and the texture is spongy. It’s made from flour, sugar, eggs, milk, salt, lemon peel, a little oil and the dough is boiled with a touch of anise and cinnamon. Sometimes it adds a little potato. It’s a typical Alicante breakfast or dessert and in Easter is often complemented with a boiled egg and other decorative elements.