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Cavallucci cookies: the recipe for spicy and fragrant Siena cookies

The cavallucci cookies of Siena are biscuits spiced tasty and fragrant typical of the beautiful city of Palio: an ancient recipe, from generation to generation handed down, made with a mixture of flour, nuts, honey, sugar, candied orange, anise and spices, without eggs. Of Christmas sweets widespread since the times of Lorenzo the Magnificent, with […]

Susumelle
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Susumelle: the recipe for Calabrian biscuits typical of the Christmas holidays

The Susumelle are delicious biscuits of Calabrian origin, typical of the Christmas tradition. It is one of the most representative desserts of the period: with a characteristic oval shape, they are prepared with a simple dough based on flour, sugar, cocoa and honey, pleasantly flavoured with a pinch of ground cinnamon. The dark chocolate coating […]

CHESTNUT COOKIES
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CHESTNUT COOKIES

Chestnut cookies are that are very easy to prepare and fun to make, I called them that because their shape is reminiscent of that of chestnuts! To make these chestnut cookies you will only need around mould (even a glass) because we will make the shape by hand. They are really very greedy and hide […]

sago cookies
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Sri Lankan Sago Coconut Cookies (Savboro)

These Savboro – Sri Lankan Sago Coconut Cookies (Savboro-Sago Coconut Cookies) are tremendous crispy cookies, good for dunking in your tea/espresso or milk. Produced from sago, coconut and bread crumbs, this uncommon mixture of components yields a brilliant scrumptious cookie. Sago is likely one of the important components in these Sago Coconut Cookies. Right here […]

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Lemon Cookies Recipe

The lemon cookies recipe is preparation for cooking and candy pastry, of diminished dimensions (5–10 cm) and variously adorned geometric form, normally cooked within the oven till nearly any hint of humidity is misplaced. The phrase derives from the Latin (panis biscotus), which means (twice-baked bread), and whose first proof dates again to the tenth […]