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    This is my long time favorite desert, travels well, freezes well, and is great at dunking in coffee, and is amazingly easy to make. The original recipe came to me from very long ago and while OK just lacked something. It turns out that sometime is more nuts, more flavorings, and orange peel. I almost always double the recipe which then makes about 45- 50 biscotti. I have also been known to dip some of the biscotti in melted chocolate.

    Recipe #110760

    What could possible be bad about apples, walnuts, raisins with a streusel topping. There are hundreds of such recipes but for some reason or other they all seemed to lack something. This recipe makes two deserts so you can freeze one for later use and there is never a question about their being homemade. While this recipe looks hard it is not. The trick to doing this easily and fast is to use time wisely. While the dough is cooling down, peel, core, and slice the apples. Prepare the balance of the apple mixture so that the mixture can be completed just before using. Make the struesel topping and have it ready to go once the apples are mounded on the dough in the tart pan. Note that some recipes for apple pies, tarts and galettes call for mixtures of apples. I have substitued, with good results, 2 or 3 Jonagold for an equivalent number of granny smiths. I also expect that Cortland, Macoun or Empire would also be good but I would still use the granny smiths in at least equal proportion.

    Recipe #110534


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