Biscuit batter – Italian recipe

If you’re looking for a basic dough that can be put through a cookie press, this is the one. Enjoy, from GialloZafferano, Italy’s #1 food website! Find this …

Their delicate cake-like texture and not to sweet cookie. Great with fresh strawberries, raspberries, and peaches. Great alone with coffee or tea too. 4 cup …
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  1. bobobobobobob bobobobobob says:

    those look delightful

  2. Nikita Advani says:

    loved this the best cookie i tasted

  3. roosazahid says:

    Oh wow they look amazing! Really easy recipe! So gonna try this !

  4. Nilmanthi de silva says:

    I have been successful in making the biscuit batter by your recipe.thnx :)

  5. princesssfafi says:

    plssssssssssss :v hum hum hum i wanttttttttttttttttttttt waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa3

  6. 2010fatimae says:

    Thank you!!!

  7. yellowsaffron says:

    Use 3 cups of all-purpose flour!

  8. 2010fatimae says:

    If i don’t have cake flour can i use regular flour and if so do i need to add any baking powder or baking soda an how much flour would i have to just if that is posible? thank you

  9. yellowsaffron says:

    It’s a pleasure!

  10. duongtu9xDBSK says:

    Oh my god, I have been successful in making the biscuit batter by your recipe. Thank you very much.

  11. yellowsaffron says:

    Use a couple of tablespoons less, anyway

  12. cinnamonbuntail says:

    i actually used cake flour instead of all-purpose flour. im not sure what happened

  13. yellowsaffron says:

    Probably you have to use a little less flour, since all-purpose flour has more gluten

  14. cinnamonbuntail says:

    oh my god i just tried ur recipe now but my cookies arent shaped as beautifully as urs. i found that the batter was a bit hard to squeeze from the pastry bag. is it how u felt when u made it? thanks.

  15. yellowsaffron says:

    Yes, but always check the consistency, since the flour may absorb more or less moisture

  16. cinnamonbuntail says:

    also do u have to use a stand electric mixer? would handheld electric mixer be ok?

  17. cinnamonbuntail says:

    hi can u use all purpose flour instead of cake flour? thanks.

  18. 22mononoke says:

    It’s icing sugar. They call it powdered sugar in the US :-)

  19. Zoesstuff says:

    that is a beast of a mixer…thanks for the recipe! :)

  20. jillllllybean says:

    this is an old kitchen. i think the voice was prerecorded

  21. ZMacDougall says:

    now i want cookies

  22. bjjsamadi says:

    what’s powdered sugar? does she mean castor or icing sugar?

  23. QueenLioness84 says:

    Mmmm…that would be good with a nice glass of ice cold milk.

  24. chris7toronto says:

    I like this narrator!

  25. oxRACH333Lxo says:

    so happy you went back to the voice over! your beautiful language/voice distracted me and i missed the instructions and had to watch on mute :( xx

  26. Diane Lovetobake says:

    Merry Christmas Mercedes …… Thanks again for watching….:)

  27. Mercedes Adames says:

    I will make these oookies they look GREAT thank you for sharing.
    Merry christmas to you and yours. Mercedes in Las Vegas,Nevada
    This recipe makes me homesick. I love it.

  28. Diane Lovetobake says:

    I’m sure you can. This has been a Sicilian recipe for years for my family…. Thanks for watching….

  29. GardenNovice says:

    Could you make a glaze to dip the cookie in, instead of dipping them into the powder sugar?

  30. Diane Lovetobake says:

    Yours sound so good too…… Thanks for watching…:)

  31. laskasaurusrex says:

    I make a cookie almost identical, I use ricotta cheese instead of milk and put a glaze with nonpareils instead of the powdered sugar. Yours look delicious, I’m going to try them :)

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