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(bɪˈskɒti) – an Italian type biscuit that is baked twice and therefore very hard and crunchy.
The word comes from the latin “biscoctus” which literally means “baked twice”.
Biscotti often contains almonds, but also often contains other types of nuts and/or dried fruits.
The correct way of eating biscotti is by dunking it into a dessert wine or coffee or tea.