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2 8 oz. cans almond paste 2 lg. egg whites 2 tbsp. amaretto 4 tsp almond extract 4 c. powdered sugar 1 c. cornstarch 16 oz. Hershey's special dark chocolate 5 sq. unsweetened chocolate Preparation : In a large bowl, cut almond paste into chunks; add egg whites, 2 tablespoons amaretto, 4 teaspoons almond extract. Mix well. Gradually add 4 cups powdered sugar (small amount at a time) to stiffen. Add almond extract, amaretto, sugar and cornstarch until dough is stiff and tastes the way you like it. Chill overnight, then roll into balls. Melt chocolates together over double boiler (or melt in microwave). Dip balls in chocolate and chill in refrigerator.

Marzipan 2


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ethnicity: german
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(posted April 10, 2007)

2 8 oz. cans
almond paste
2 lg.
egg whites
2 tbsp.
amaretto
4 tsp
almond extract
4 c.
powdered
sugar
1 c.
cornstarch
16 oz. Hershey's special dark
chocolate
5 sq. unsweetened
chocolate

Preparation :

In a large bowl, cut
almond paste into chunks; add egg whites, 2 tablespoons amaretto, 4 teaspoons almond extract. Mix well. Gradually add 4 cups powdered sugar (small amount at a time) to stiffen. Add almond extract, amaretto, sugar and cornstarch until dough is stiff and tastes the way you like it. Chill overnight, then roll into balls. Melt chocolates together over double boiler (or melt in microwave). Dip balls in chocolate and chill in refrigerator.


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