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Cranberry and Pistachio Biscotti


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Ingredients

50 slice(s)

Almond Biscotti

  • 125 grams raw sugar or 80g if you don't like too sweet
  • 250 grams Plan Flour
  • 125 grams shelled and unsalted pistachios
  • 125 grams dried cranberries
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1 orange peel, grated
  • 3 eggwhites
  • 6
    1h 10min
    Preparation 20min
    Baking/Cooking
  • 7
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    Recipe is created for
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Place raw sugar into TM bowl for 3 seconds on speed 9 to make caster sugar. Remove and set aside.

  2. Place orange peel into TM bowl for 10 seconds on speed 10. Remove and set aside. Quick wash TM bowl with water and dry it.

     


  3. Place butterfly in TM and add 3 eggwhites for 3 minutes on speed 4 until soft peaks form. it takes about 1 to 1 1/2 minutes. Gradually add caster sugar until white and glossy.

     

  4. Add orange grated peel, vinilla extra and baking powder for 3 seconds on speed 4.

     

  5.  Remove mixture from TM into a bowl, add sifted flour and fold in gently. Add in Pistachio and Cranberry and fold in gently.

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  7. Place mixture on baking paper to shape it about 3cm x 20cm rectangular shape (the mixture is very sticky, using baking paper to shape the mixture is easy and keep your hands clean) or place mixture into lightly graeased 3cm x 20cm rectangular biscotti tin.

  8. Place mixture log in 180 degress C oven for 30-35 minutes until lightly golden and firmed. 

     

  9. Remove biscotti log from oven and allow to cool completely. Use a very sharp knife to cut the log into 3mm thick slices.

     

  10. Place slices on a flat baking tray with baking paper on it. Bake in 150 degrees C for 20-25 mintues or until dry, lightly golden and crisp. 

     

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Tip

Reduce sugar to your taste, because cranberry will add adtional seewtness in biscotti.

Great for Christmas gift.


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  • Hi, just a question - the ingredients has got...

    Submitted by cheeseplease on 5. December 2018 - 14:01.

    Hi, just a question - the ingredients has got plain flour listed? Shouldn't it be almond flour/meal?

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  • pennyi: I am sorry to hear that your mixtures was...

    Submitted by natalotto on 26. November 2017 - 23:44.

    pennyi: I am sorry to hear that your mixtures was very dry. I suggested that you can try to add one more egg whites. Sometime egg sizes are different and I use 700-800g eggs.

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  • I must have done something wrong. The mixture was...

    Submitted by pennyi on 26. November 2017 - 20:25.

    I must have done something wrong. The mixture was very dry and I removed most of the cranberries and pistachios so I could form a log! It was rock hard after the first cook and didn’t improve with the second cook.
    Does anyone have any tips for me?

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  • This recipe showed how

    Submitted by thermial on 1. March 2016 - 20:47.

    This recipe showed how adaptable your plain almond biscotti recipe is. Have since made these with varing combinations or nuts and dried fruits.

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  • I use GLAD Baking paper, it

    Submitted by natalotto on 19. December 2015 - 20:38.

    I use GLAD Baking paper, it is non-stick ever.

     

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  • I've just made this recipe,

    Submitted by Maria22 on 19. December 2015 - 14:44.

    I've just made this recipe, is there a trick to not getting the baking paper not to stick to the log when cooking?

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