Ever tasted a light brittle biscuit sandwiched with either white chocolate or milk chocolate?
Yes, these biscuits are known as the Langue De Chat that was possibly date to the 17th Century where at that period was the time where refined white sugar and piping bags were popular with the wealthy classes of Northern Europe. In Europe, they are sometimes known as "cat's tongue" as it is usually baked long and flat with rounded ends.
These biscuits are crisp and brittle as the key ingredients includes cornflour and mainly of egg whites rather than whole egg. Because of the dry nature and ingredients used, these biscuits can be kept for quite a long time and are usually served with certain liqueurs and sparkling wines.
This recipe here follows closely to the famous Pepperidge Farm's Milano Cookies. It is easy and tastes as good. Enjoy!
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