Biscotti di Prato
Also known as “Cantucci,” these delicious Italian almond biscuits were thought to have originated in the Tuscan city of Prato. Made with eggs, almonds, butter, sugar, whole wheat and almond flour, the secret to preparing this traditional sweet is to bake it twice. The resulting hard biscuit is then consumed by dipping it into Tuscan sweet wine known as “Vin Santo.” Buon appetito!
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