This traditional almond biscotti recipe requires no butter or oil. The texture is crisp and crunchy with an almond flavor that comes from adding pure almond extract along with chunks of toasted, blanched almonds.
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The most distinguishing feature of traditional biscotti is the chunks of almonds. For this recipe use whole blanched almonds, toasted and coarsely chopped. To improve the almond flavor add a little pure almond extract. Almond extract can have a very intense flavor which is why you only need to add a small amount to achieve what you are looking for.
These Biscotti are especially good when dipped in melted chocolate. This is rather simple to do. Just melt some chocolate with a little butter (or shortening) and then, one by one, dip the ends of the biscotti into the melted chocolate. Place on a waxed paper until the chocolate hardens and they are ready to eat.
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11. Remove and cool on a wire rack.
12. After they are cooled, store the Biscotti in airtight container at room temperature.
This Almond Biscotti Recipe is adapted from recipe, at joyofbaking.com
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