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These pizzelles are light and ... and vanilla and anise. Sift flour ... you may substitute chocolate flavoring instead of the vanilla and anise flavoring.
Cream butter and ... mix well. Add anise oil and seeds, baking powder ... thin cookie. Makes about 9 dozen. (I usually can find anise oil at a pharmacy.)
Beat eggs and ... oil, vanilla or anise or anise seeds and beat. Add flour and baking powder. Mix well. Spoon onto hot pizzelle iron. Cook to desired color.
Add and beat ingredients together in order listed. Drop by rounded spoonful onto center of preheated grid. Close lid and clip handles together. Allow ...
Beat eggs. Add ... Add melted Crisco, seeds, vanilla and ... dough. Cut into 1 inch squares and cook on top of stove in a pizzelle iron until light brown.
1. Beat eggs, mix with sugar and anise. 2. Mix ... with egg mixture gradually alternating with the butter. 4. Cook batter by teaspoonful on a pizzelle iron.
Let Crisco cool. Mix all ingredients in large bowl. Mix should be pasty. Bake on hot pizzelle iron. Makes 5 dozen.
Add and beat ... Omit vanilla and anise. Add 2 ... peel to basic recipe. NUT PIZZELLE: Add 1 1/2 cups very finely chopped or ground nuts to basic recipe.
Add and beat ... Omit vanilla and anise. Add 2 ... peel to basic recipe. Not Pizzelle: Add 1 1/2 cups very finely chopped or ground nuts to basic recipe.
Press seed between thumb and ... desired, immediately upon removing from grid roll into cylinders, cool on wire rack. Very thin, crispy and tasty cookie.
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