Which is better a Crunchie or a Violet Crumble?
The Violet Crumble bar is a crumbly honeycomb-like substance coated in compound chocolate. It is similar to the Crunchie made by Cadbury.
During manufacturing of the Crunchie bar, the sponge toffee is produced in large slabs, and is cut up using a highly focused jet of oil. The use of a blade would lead to fragmentation, while the use of water would result in the sponge toffee melting. Oil prevents both of these scenarios and results in uniform sharp-edged portions. The sponge toffee is then covered with chocolate, cooled, and packaged.
Crunchie Ingredients: Milk chocolate with golden honeycombed centre. Milk chocolate [sugar, dried whole milk, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, dried whey, vegetable fat, emulsifiers (E442, E476), flavourings]. Centre (36%) [sugar, glucose syrup, flavouring]. May contain traces of nuts, egg and soy. Milk chocolate: Milk solids 14% minimum. Contains vegetable fats in addition to cocoa butter. Here is a Crunchie TV commercial.
I don't really know much about the food in OZ except for hand held pies. Tasty.