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  • n. Plural form of pizzella.

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Examples

  • The traditional pizzelle is flavored with anise extract, which gives the cookies a subtle licorice flavor.

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  • Supposedly a speciality in Naples (where it goes by the name pizzelle fritte or montanare) the pizza-maker rolls out a small portion of dough and fries it on a pan in a smattering of olive oil, occasionally covering the pan until the dough is crisped.

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  • Caramel is one of the tastes I love and it is so versatile - think of fudge, or banoffee pie, tart tatin, caramel ice-cream, 'pizzelle' - click, etc.

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  • A flat, circular-shaped, crispy Italian pastry made with batter in a so-called pizzelle iron.

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  • The crisp pizzelle cookies are tasty on their own and can be shaped into little ice cream cones, too!

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  • For example, I imagine something like a savory parmesan and rosemary pizzelle would be lovely set aside a nice salad of leafy greens.

    VillaWare Prego Pizzelle Baker, reviewed | Baking Bites

  • When rolled into a tube, pizzelle can be used as cannoli shells, for instance, and piped with a filling of sweetened ricotta cheese.

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  • The only drawback - and I use that word loosely - is that you do need the pizzelle maker to cook these properly.

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  • To make a waffle cone, you need to have a special piece of kitchen equipment that can make ultra-thin waffles: a waffle cone maker (a pizzelle maker works for smaller cones).

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  • Although the cookies cool quickly into a crisp finished product, they are very malleable when they come off of the pizzelle maker and are still hot.

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