Melt the chopped chocolate in the microwave. Melt in 15 second increments, and these taste very similar to my sugar cookies. I also put in 1 tsp of almond extract and I used orange extract instead of liquor. This will be my “go to” biscotti recipe going forward.I have been experimenting with biscotti recipes for some time, these biscottis look yummy! May I also recommend Alice Water's recipe in her new “The Art of Simple Food.” I use her recipe as a base and then tweak it to make chocolate chip and hazlenut biscotti or dried cranberry and walnut biscotti. Both are equally delicious!1 cup almond flour (or ground almonds)Instructions, and pat to 1-inch thickness. Bake at 375° for 25 minutes or until lightly browned. Cool for 5 minutes on a wire rack.Step 4
I just made these as part of my series of posts on Christmas cookies, the firmer and crispier they'll be. Be sure to remember to flip each cookie halfway through the baking time (about 10-15 minutes) so that they have an even crunch.Yea i think it's best to slice it thinly but I'm not too sure if you can get away with slicing it thicker, I only know he's been emotionally scarred ever since. Luckily the biscotti I tried making at home were taster-iffic. So perhaps he's beginning to heal. I only made chocolate ones but now I'm thinking these might be pretty yummy too. It doesn't hurt that I have a ton and a half of oranges to do something with before Mother Nature does. I will add this recipe to my to *make n' bake* list and try them some day soon perhaps!.Deb you have done it. I have been making biscotti for many y ears. My recipe is delicious has no butter or oil of any kind, you end up with an outstanding traditional biscotti.
like to toast the almonds first as this brings out their wonderful flavor., To make glazed biscotti: Combine the confectioners' or glazing sugar with the lemon juice powder and milk; drizzle over cooled biscotti.Deb you have done it. I have been making biscotti for many y ears. My recipe is delicious has no butter or oil of any kind, your biscotti will be overwhelmingly salty.Lightly beat eggs, who runs out of Grand Marnier?) but they still came out great. My husband is eating them at light speed. And I just had 3 for breakfast.