Almond Biscotti

This is the picture of my first homemade biscotti. I've used almond flakes in this recipe. Biscotti is Italian for 'biscuit' or 'cookies'. 'Bis' means twice and 'cotti' means baked. Biscotti refers to any cookies or biscuits which are baked twice. And since biscotti are crisp and crunchy, it can easily stand up to a dunking in our coffee or wine. senyum

The biscotti that i've made is a traditional biscotti, as it does not contain butter or oil, and uses eggs to bind the ingredients together.
90g soft flour/ cake flour
3 egg whites
80g castor sugar
90g chopped nuts of your choice

1. Preheat oven to 140ºC. Whisk egg whites and sugar until it forms stiff peaks. Fold in flour and nuts and pour batter into a lined 8" loaf tin. Bake for 55mins.

2. Remove from the tin to cool. Slice according to desired thickness and return to the oven to bake until crispy, about 20mins.

Tips: The thickness of your biscotti controls the texture of it. The thinner it is, the crispier it will be.

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Congratulations, Rizal! and thank you all for all your comments love!!! :)
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