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Kamish Bread ( Cookies)

This a delicious cookie. I always get raves when I make this. Another great recipe from my Aunt Sylvia.

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  • Add sugar to beaten eggs and add vanilla to eggs.
  • Sift flour and baking powder and put aside.
  • Add dry ingredients and oil a little at a time, alternately, then add nuts and chocolate chips.
  • Make 4 loaves.
  • Put on 2 greased cookie sheets.
  • Bake 25 to 30 minutes at 350 degrees. Cool 7 minutes and cut into 1/2 inch slices.
  • Toast in oven for 10 minutes until crispy at low temperature (200 degrees).
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"This a delicious cookie. I always get raves when I make this. Another great recipe from my Aunt Sylvia."
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  1. scarlie
    Wow this is an old recipe. But it's the first time I wanted to see it. <br/><br/>This is not really a review. I just want to say - hmmmmph - that kamish bread is NOT a cookie. It is usually baked as a long roll, sort of, and cut into slices. No, it is not biscotti either.<br/><br/>Neither is Mandelbrot a cookie. It is a loaf, then cut into slices.
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  2. fmbehr
    on the first bite, you say ehh, then you say ,let try again. Then you keep going back for more. love them, my family loves them.
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  3. LizCl
    This a delicious cookie. I always get raves when I make this. Another great recipe from my Aunt Sylvia.
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