Warning- These biscuits won’t last long in your household!
Amigthalota, traditional Greek Almond Biscuits, are easy to bake and perfect for enjoying with your Greek coffee.
These biscuits are also suitable for a gluten free diet.
Below is the secret to those delicious and expensive biscuits you find in a Greek Zaharoplastio (Greek bakery/sweet shop).
In less than 10 steps and with 5 ingredients, you can also make them yourself.
TIP: Don’t overcook the biscuits as they will become too crisp and hard. They are meant to be chewy inside and crisp on the outside.
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This post was last modified on October 12, 2020 3:55 pm
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