Light brown sugar
(Iris' Note: I missed most of the show--just caught the tail end of
them making this easy biscotti, so I'm guessing at most of the
directions. If anybody has a correction, please feel free. I'll
incorporate it and re-post.)
I'd guess you'll want to coarsely chop the nuts.
Also, I saw them putting the brown sugar through a sieve--throw out
the lumps 'n bumps that won't go through.
Lightly beat the eggs and combine with the oil. Set aside.
Mix all the dry ingredients. Pour onto a mixing board and make a
large ring out of them with a 'well' in the middle. Pour the egg/oil
mixture into the 'well' of the flour ring.
Using a fork, gradually drag small amounts of the flour mixture into
the egg mixture. When the dough becomes sticky, begin mixing by
hand. Continue mixing just until ingredients are blended.
Preheat oven to 350* F.
Press dough into a 13x9x4-inch baking pan (I'm guessing here). Bake
at 350* for 1/2 hour. Remove from oven; score on a diagonal about
1-1/2" apart in both directions (that makes the biscotti). Put back
in the oven for another 1/2 hour.
Source: The Main Ingredient TV Show (#9628), 11/11/96.
Directions re-created, typos and MM by Iris Grayson.