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Whip the eggs ... well. I use anise oil because the ... about 3 days to a week. The flavor of the anise improves with a few days age. Yield: 14-20 dozen.
Blend ingredients one at a time. Use a pizzelle machine. Bake for ... rack until dry or let dry in oven on low heat until crisp. Store in a cool dry place.
Cream together butter ... rise 15 minutes. Spoon by rounded teaspoon onto Pizzelle iron; check at 1 minute. Bake until lightly browned. Cool on wire rack.
Beat eggs; add sugar and cooled melted Crisco. Add flavorings and grated rinds. Sift flour, baking powder, and salt together. Add flour mixture to ...
Mix everything but ... be sticky. Drop teaspoon or so on hot pizzelle iron. Plus above regular ingredients (do not use anise). Follow instructions above.
Beat eggs and sugar, add melted butter and flavoring. Sift dry ingredients and mix well into egg. Roll dough into long strips and cut in about 2". ...
Cream butter and ... mix well. Add anise oil and seeds, ... batter for each pizzelle and hold handles ... (I usually can find anise oil at a pharmacy.)
May substitute lemon for anise. Beat eggs. ... Spoon batter on and press 30 seconds or until desired doneness. Cool flat. Sprinkle with confectioners' sugar.
Beat eggs with wooden spoon. Add sugar, oil, flour, baking powder and anise oil. Bake on pizzelle iron.
Beat eggs and ... powder; add to egg mixture. Mix well. Drop by teaspoonfuls on pizzelle (or waffle) iron and cook about 1/2 minute. Makes about 100 cookies.
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