|Look & Cook: Italian Country Cooking|
|by DK Publishing|
Part of the "Look and Cook" series, this book shows both beginners and more experienced cooks how to prepare different foodstuffs.
1 - 10 of 70 for italian almond cookies
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Cut the butter into the flour as though you were making pie pastry or biscuits. In a separate medium-size bowl, beat together the eggs, sugar, ...
Sift flour with ... flour mixture and almonds last. Mix to ... (4 minutes each side) or until a light brown color. Serve with coffee or milk for dunking.
These cookies are somewhat similar ... anise seeds, cinnamon, almond extract, ground nuts ... rack. Store in an airtight container. Makes 4 to 5 dozen.
For this recipe, ... skins removed, blanched almonds, macadamia nuts ... all Strega (an Italian liqueur such as ... enjoy making these cookies often, a wonderful ... or coffee for dipping.
Mix oil, sugar, vanilla and almond extract until light ... Slice on diagonal and lightly broil both sides. You may add orange or lemon peel for variety.
Mix almond paste, sugar and ... Bake at 375 for 12 to 15 minutes. Check after 10 minutes. Cookies are pale when done. Do not remove from pan until cool.
Melt butter and ... ingredients. Fold in almonds. Shape mix ... minutes at 375 degrees, until lightly browned. Cut while slightly warm with sharp knife.
Cream butter, sugar, eggs and flavoring. Add flour, baking powder and milk. Mix well. Roll small pieces of dough and roll between palms into balls. ...
Toast almonds in a 350 ... a bowl. Place cookies in the processor ... in the freezer for 3 months if covered with foil over the plastic wrap. Serves 12.
1. Place ricotta ... completely on wire rack. If desired, garnish with whipped cream and small bittersweet almond flavored Italian cookies. Makes 8 servings.
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