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Anise Pizzelle

Recipe photo courtesy of Mike Krautter

Hailing from the Abruzzo region of central Italy, these wafer cookies get their intricate shape by cooking a waffle-like batter between two hot iron plates. Martha flavors hers with toasted anise seeds and anise extract.

Source: Martha Bakes, Episode 912
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  • CKL22249098
    19 NOV, 2018
    I like to cut the pizelles in quarters when hot to later dip in melted chocolate and crushed pistachios. They still look cute and taste great!
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  • halfnelson79079
    22 APR, 2018
    Love these! Using an old stove top press, my Auntie-In-Love, made the best! Just give me a plate of perfection, a pot of tea, and her sweet smile....I am a happy girl!!raf
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