biscotto di Prato

/bee-SKOHT-toh dee PRAH-toh/
[Italian] plural biscotti di Prato

Very hard, twice-baked biscuit (US: cookie) with chopped almonds dispersed throughout. They are often served after a meal with Vin Santo, a dessert wine, or with coffee, into either of which they are dunked.

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