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After 7 years of foodblogging I’ve already some experience in baking biscotti.
So I thought the recipe on page 315 from Baking with Julia: Sift, Knead, Flute, Flour, And Savor… * could not suprise me. Well, the result was very tasty
but I‘ was pleasantly surprised to find an easy and effective method to skin hazelnuts. I always tried to rub the skins from toasted hazelnuts
but the results were unpersuasive. But skinning them like almonds, just adding some baking powder was convincing.
You live and learn!
For the recipe visit the sites of our hosts Jodi of Homemade and Wholesome and Katrina of Baking and Boys or buy the book *. For more Hazelnut Biscotti look here.
*=Affiliate-Link to Amazon
Wow… so many different types of biscotti are „out there in the world“… this is wonderful!
May I ask, which one is your favourite… or do you just love them all?
I love your pictures and the great step by step guide.
Julia’s biscotti are amazingly delicious… a winner for me!
I’ve tripled the dough at the very beginning to make 3 version and loved them all (too much)!
Besides I am so glad to have learned the technique of blanching almonds and hazelnuts…it’s very handy!
Danke für den interessanten Tipp. Was verbirgt sich hinter dem nicht existenten Foto (the requested photo doesn’t exist) am Anfang und Ende des Blogposts mit der Zahl 23?
ok, hat sich erledigt.
Wow, you’re an experience biscotti maker! They look delicious!
Beautiful pictures of all your biscotti posts! Love the pistachio ones
I loved seeing all your biscotti efforts! And it’s nice to know that we can learn something, even when we’re well-practiced.
Your biscotti (all of them!) and photos are lovely. I had already blanched hazelnuts for this recipe, but I will definitely try the tip next time I buy whole hazelnuts.
Your biscotti display is lovely :-)
It looks like you have a lot of experience on this one already
Love all your biscotti photos! I know where to look for more when I want to try other recipes!
Your biscotti looks great and I am so excited to find your blog. I was born in Germany and have always loved German foods.
You certainly do have experience with biscotti! They all look lovely.