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Good, but not quite the consistency I was looking for, not anisey enough and I didn't like the shape baking in the bread pans gave, although it was very easy to do it that way. They popped right out of the pans for the second part of the cooking.

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Kasha November 15, 2012

This was my first ever attempt at making biscotti and it was a huge success! The directions were very easy to follow. Definitely be careful when you place them under the broiler because they brown very fast.

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crazy4flyers December 23, 2010

Just finished making this. It is Awesome! Very easy to make. Can't wait for my family to get home and enjoy it, too. Thanks for sharing, Panthur!

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MommyOh February 09, 2009

Aunt Dunette sure knew how to make some great biscotte! These are very crisp and I loved the anise flavor in these and they hold up beautifully. I was a little worried about cooking them in the bread pans but they slid right out. Make sure you don't walk away while they are under the broiler because they darken quickly. Thanks for sharing your family recipe Panthur.

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cookiedog May 09, 2007
Aunt Dunette's Italian Anise Biscotti