Sorelle Nurzia, Brutti e Buoni (Soft Hazelnut Biscuits) - 250g

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An Italian Christmas staple, brutti e buoni cookies vary from region to region, but always carry the same meaning: ugly but good.

The traditional recipe calls for a dough made from egg whites, chopped almonds, sugar, and flour. Tuscans usually dunk their cookies into vin santo, or “holy wine,” a popular dessert beverage.

Country of Origin
Italy
Region of Origin
Tuscany

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An Italian Christmas staple, brutti e buoni cookies vary from region to region, but always carry the same meaning: ugly but good.

The traditional recipe calls for a dough made from egg whites, chopped almonds, sugar, and flour. Tuscans usually dunk their cookies into vin santo, or “holy wine,” a popular dessert beverage.

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Country of Origin
Italy
Region of Origin
Tuscany

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