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13 replies
  1. Teri Morisi
    Teri Morisi says:

    I have made these several times at home. They are a hit with my family and coworkers.

  2. kapu patel
    kapu patel says:

    can you please let us know a the amount in g of baking powder and a good substitute for “natural” as it is hard to find in the US. thanks
    thanks for all the great recipes.
    also, do we mix the butter, sugar and eggs first and then add to the well? somehow i remember doing that when we took a class with manuela.

  3. Norma
    Norma says:

    Cantuccini(biscotti) has become a must have in our house. I have made five batches and my husband tests them all. Following the recipe EXACTLY is the key to success. Deliciously! We ration ourselves to 2 with our lunch!

  4. K. A.
    K. A. says:

    With regards to the former question, I would suggest trying any sweet grape juice as a Vin Santo substitute…just experiment a s o!

  5. Carol
    Carol says:

    Wow it came out exactly like we did at the class! They taste so good I am sure my family will devour them in no time. I didn’t have a shot glass but found that 1.5oz shot glass = 3 Tablespoons.

  6. Maria
    Maria says:

    Hi, I hate aniseed to the extent I am not able to smell it, although I like cantuccini a lot and I’d like to make them 🙂 What could replace it to give this distinctive taste but not be aniseed? 🙂

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