Biscotti is a type of Italian biscuit that is twice-baked, oblong-shaped, and dry, often with nuts, dried fruit, or chocolate chips added to the dough. The name biscotti means “twice-baked” in Italian. The dough is first shaped into a loaf and baked in the oven until it is lightly golden. Then the loaf is sliced into individual cookies and baked a second time until they are dry and crisp. Biscotti is typically served with coffee or tea and can be dipped into the beverage to soften the cookie.
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