Perfect Bake® recipe


Almond-Anise Biscotti

This twice-baked Italian treat is made for dipping into liquids the way Americans dip cookies in milk. In Tuscany, biscotti are traditionally served with a drink such as vin santo, a fortified wine. In regions outside of Italy it often comes with coffee, tea or dessert wine. This dry cookie also lends itself well as a substitute for graham crackers in cheesecake crust or any sweet recipe that calls for cookie crumbs.


Ingredients

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Servings : 28 cookies
  • Almond - 3½ oz
  • Anise - 1/4 oz
  • All Purpose Flour - 5⅛ oz
  • Baking Soda - 0.04 oz
  • Egg - 3 oz
  • Granulated Sugar - 3⅛ oz
  • Salt - 0.06 oz
  • Egg - 1¾ oz