Anita Hoffman Recipe

Kamish Bread

By Anita Hoffman scent4U

This is a delicious cookie that always gets raves. My Aunt Sylvia, who was a great cook gave me this wonderful recipe.

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48 cookies
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1 c
1/2 tsp
1 c
1 tsp
baking powder
3 c
1 pkg
6 ounces chocolate chips
1/2 c
chopped nuts
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Directions Step-By-Step

Add sugar to beaten eggs and add vanilla to eggs.
Sift flour and baking powder and put aside.
Add dry ingredients and oil a little at a time, alternately, then add nuts and chocolate chips.
Make 4 loaves.
Put on 2 greased cookie sheets.
Bake at 25-30 minutes at 350 degrees. Cool 7 minutes and cut into 1/2 inch slices.
Toast in oven for 10 minutes until crispy at low temperature (200 degrees)

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cookies
Main Ingredient: Flour
Regional Style: Jewish

  • Comments

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    Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin - Jun 28, 2012
    WHAT an interesting recipe...
    ...SO simple with a twist.
    Four questions for you:
    Do you use a loaf pan..or is it freee hand shaped????
    How long will it store or keep..after toasting???
    What does Kamish mean??
    Is this an ethnic recipe????
    Of course if it is really good...
    storing is no problem....LOL......Hugs, Nancy
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    Anita Hoffman scent4U - Jun 28, 2012
    It is free hand shaped. It stores very well, if it lasts that long. I'm not sure what Kamish means. It's similar to biscotti, and it is really very good. Hope you like it.
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    Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin - Jun 28, 2012
    very interesting information......
    GO to:
    Hugs nancy
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    Anita Hoffman scent4U - Jun 29, 2012
    Thank you for the information. It is very interesting.
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    Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin - Jun 29, 2012
    You are welcome...
    I am like a dog with bone...
    when it comes to research....LOL
    I do like this recipe...
    SO I thank you, Hugs, Nancy