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What is mandel bread??? Well, it’s the Jewish form of Biscotti.
Biscotti is called “Biscotti” because it is baked twice! (That’s what that means in Italian I believe)
Just an FYI…and now onto the good, delicious stuff. How do you make it?
Well, to be honest, it has a lot of steps. And it was a little intimidating. But it wasn’t half as bad as I thought it’d be! This is actually kosher for Passover mandel bread, in honor of the holiday this week!
Recipe: Mandel Bread
After the dough is made, roll it into a log and coat with cinnamon sugar
^^Here is the log baked^^
^^Here is the baked roll, sliced (I used a serrated knife)^^
^^Here are the slices laid out on the baking sheet, ready to bake for the second time^^
^^Baked twice, and all done!^^
^^I also made plain ones, which I later dipped in melted semi-sweet chocolate.^^
^^After put in the freezer to harden, all done!^^
^^2 types of mandel bread side by side, like friends^^