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Monday, February 27, 2006

Lace Cookies

Pistachio Lace
Finally, I got to use my bag of green pistachio nuts! I love its beautiful colour, especially in biscotti and other cookies, like this one I made. They're called lace cookie because they're supposed to look like laces, with holes and the "see through" effect.
I used lots of freshly chopped & toasted pistachio nuts, some cream, sugar and flour for these. I tend to slightly underbake mine to create a "chewy" centre and crunchy edges, but can always have them toasted again for extra crisp.
I LOVE PISTACHIOS!

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