What is Taralli Cioccolato?
Taralli Cioccolato is a typical Apulian specialty, made from flour, olive oil, white wine, salt. Moreover, in the classic version, fennel seeds, to be eaten as snacks or appetizers. They are the kind of treat that makes it hard to stop at one!
Taralli is toroidal Italian snack food. It is common in the southern half of the Italian Peninsula. A cracker is similar in texture to a breadstick, a pretzel, or a drying. Taralli can be sweet or savory. Sweet taralli are sometimes glazed with sugar. Savory taralli may be flavored with onion, garlic, and sesame seeds. However, it also includes poppy seeds, fennel, pepper, chili, or just salt. Sweet and plain taralli are often dunked in wine.
The taralli is basically a small ring of dough not leavened baked in the oven. After being briefly boiled it gives its crunchy texture. Numerous variations of taralli ch exist, depending on the area.
Savory biscuits hand-made in Puglia, ideal with coffee. This flavor is indicated when in doubt of sweet or salty craving.
The product contains 400gr of yeast-free biscuits. Further, it is based on wheat flour, water, salt, olive oil, wine, and chocolate e.t.c.
The product contains Gluten. It may contain traces of other ingredients, for instance, sesame seeds, fennel seeds e.t.c.
Taste of Taralli Cioccolato
From the love of tradition and passion for taste, comes the Sweet line of Taralli Chocolate. Therefore, the ancient harmony between sweet and savory. It finds its perfect balance in this irresistible sweet snack. This is where the intense flavor of chocolate is combined with the lightness of taralli ch. This is to say, it is sweets such as biscuit. To clarify, Tarallo used to be reserved for Christmas and Easter. In Roseto, they were eaten year-round as a special dish.