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    Recipe #94331

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    Recipe #94587

    Posted in reply to a request. Tarralli are the traditional Italian black pepper cookies that are usually served with a glass of wine for dunking. Although tarralli are called "cookies," they are really more like a hard biscuit or dry bread stick. Cooking time includes boiling and baking times.

    Recipe #94604

    A cooling treat to make for a hot day! Prep time includes chilling time for mixture.

    Recipe #95872

    1 Reviews |  By Dee514

    Another family favorite. This dish may be prepared a day ahead of time.

    Recipe #96218

    A very traditional Italian hoilday (and/or) special occasion treat, always made at Christmas time. Note: The "cooking time" given is an approximate total cooking time. Each batch should only take about 5 to 10 minutes or so to fry up.

    Recipe #106526

    1 Reviews |  By Dee514

    This is my grandmother's recipe for the chocolate variation of Torrone. Torrone is a traditional nougat candy with hazel nuts (or almonds, or a combination of both), usually served at Christmas and/or Easter. Please note - the mixture sets up quickly, so work quickly. You may find that lining the loaf pans with waxed paper before adding the wafer to be helpful. Should some of the mixture ooze under the wafer, it could stick to the loaf pan, making it difficult to remove the torrone from the pan for slicing.

    Recipe #106781

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