PARMIGIANO BISCUITS ( biscotti al parmigiano)

  • Hi guys!!!

Today I will cook something    for an appetizer….  Parmigiano biscuits.

It’s very easy.

Ingredients:

  • 200 grams of flour
  • 80 grams of butter
  • 90 grams of parmigiano reggiano cheese
  • 2 eggs
  • 6 spoon of water.

preparation:

Put all the ingredients in a bowl.

Now you mix until you obtain a homogeneous ball.

Now you put the ball in a refrigerator for 1 hour.

…. 1 hour lete!

Roll the dough (about a half centimetre) and cut it to the desired shape.

Now you put the biscuits in the oven at 200 degrees Celsius for 15 / 18 minutes.

Remove from oven and allow to cool.

Now you put in a dish and serve. This is very good with cold cuts and pickles and a sparkling wine.

SIMPLE, GOOD, EATEN!

 

 

 

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39 Responses to PARMIGIANO BISCUITS ( biscotti al parmigiano)

  1. Such cute shapes! Those little touches make such a big difference in the end results.

  2. So pretty!! I love the addition of cheese!

  3. My kind of biscuits:) Love the Parmesan cheese:)

  4. Simple and tasty. And, I even like your cut-out shapes!

  5. kitchenriffs says:

    Great dish! I make something similar with cheddar cheese. So great to have before dinner! Thanks for this.

  6. tonettejoyce says:

    Alberto, nice and simple and thank you for helping show Americans and others what REAL Italian food is; but may I make a suggestion? Please add American-style measurements (cups, Tablespoons, ounces), specify whether you meant Tablespoons -full or teaspoons-full of water and add Fahrenheit temperatures. Americans who are starting out cooking will think they cannot make this because they don’t know how to convert, the measurements(although it is easy via the Internet); do the work for them.
    Good job,though!

  7. Sophie33 says:

    I have made a similar recipe like yours & your Parmesan cookies look so delectable & tasty too!

  8. Sophie33 says:

    You don’t need to do that for the Americans because we aren’t used to convert it to American standards! The Americans don’t do that for us either!🙂

  9. webgyvers says:

    Nice and easy. Will try it one day.

  10. I have the feeling these could be quite addictive!🙂

  11. Beautifully done. They look very tasty!

  12. These look ridiculously delicious my friend😀

    Cheers
    CCU

  13. Looks inviting, I want one with my tea …:)

  14. Looks yummy. I love parmesan cheese. I wouldn’t worry about the measurements though. Conversions are easy on the internet. It would be a lot of work for you to have to do that for all your recipes. I’m from the UK but live stateside so I post using cups etc in my recipes. For those recipes I find outside the US I just convert. Thanks for posting!

  15. Sammie says:

    Cheese biscuits?! Those are so delicious!!! Love my savoury biscuits!

  16. I love the accessibility of these! Not to mention, they’re stuffed with cheese and super cute!

  17. Min says:

    Ooh! This sounds perfect! I love biscuits and I LOVE parmigiano!! So sorry it took me this long to visit your site!! But I’m so glad I did. Of course I love Asian cuisine, but Italian food…oh man…sure is good for my soul😉. Can’t wait to try some of your recipes!

  18. Ambreen says:

    Oh, these look great! Cute shapes & flavorful cookies! Thanks for visiting me and for your sweet words🙂

  19. albertocook says:

    Thank you for visit my blog.
    And thank you for yuor compliments

  20. petit4chocolatier says:

    Adorable biscuits and they look delicious!

  21. Looks absolutely delicious! Love cheese biscuits🙂

    They taste great with a nice homemade tomato relish.

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