And I have no idea what I did wrong here.
I started out using an authentic Italian recipe. Definitely authentic, as it was even written in Italian. I’d already asked L what the 1 word I didn’t recognize meant (lievito, yeast) and so I started baking.
They’re in the oven now.
They look like this. (Bad picture, I know, taken through the oven window with a point-and-shoot…)
I doubt this is going to change into actual cantuccini. They might taste like cantuccini, a bit, but there’s no way they’re going to look right! Right?
I won’t bother adding the recipe here, as they didn’t work out. I will keep trying and as soon as I have a recipe that works, I will post it.
For now all I can say is the dough did taste very good. It was very sticky, so lots of cantuccini dough left for me to eat. There’s an upside to everything, right?
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