What are Biscotti?
A Quick Overview Of Biscotti
'Biscotti' *(m) is Italian for 'biscuits'(UK) or 'cookies' (US). It means 'twice' (bis) 'cooked' (cotti). Traditional Italian biscotti are sweet biscuits, of various flavours which are baked, sliced and dried out in a low oven. These dried biscuits are traditionally dunked in coffee. 'Biscotti' also refers to 'biscuits' or 'cookies' in the English sense of the word - a single biscuit or cookie is a 'biscotto'.
How do you say 'biscuits' or 'cookies' in French and Spanish?
This is an Italian word, so you pronounce each syllable: