Hazelnut Biscuits (crackers)

Stormy Stewart


MY thought is these originated in England as they are the ones who usually call crackers "Biscuits"


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How to Make Hazelnut Biscuits (crackers)


  1. half pound hazelnuts,
    two ounces each of powdered sugar and unbleached or whole wheat flour,
    three eggs,
    juice of one lemon,
    rind of one lemon,
    one teaspoon honey.
  2. Grind the hazelnuts to a fine four in a blender, food processor, or clean
    coffee mill. Combine with the sugar, mixing well until a paste is formed.
    Then stir in the flour, again mixing very well.

    Beat the eggs; add lemon juice and rind, then beat the honey into the
    mixture. Fold all ingredients together into one solid mass. Take teaspoon quantities of the mixture and drop onto a baking sheet greased with butter. or Roll out and cut into a cracker shape

    Bake in a slow oven (350 degreesF) until the biscuits are hard and crisp.

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About Hazelnut Biscuits (crackers)

Main Ingredient: Nuts
Regional Style: American
Dietary Needs: Diabetic Soy Free

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