TA01FI
Box | 150gr

3,00

TA01FI

TARALLI WITH FENNEL SEEDS

Box | 150gr

3,00

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Taralli with Fennel Seeds by Terre di Puglia are traditional Apulian Taralli with extra virgin olive oil enriched with fennel seeds. Taralli are small crispy ring-shaped bites and they are the snack par excellence for tasty aperitifs or traditional appetisers in the Apulian gastronomy.

They are handmade with genuine ingredients, including 100% Italian extra virgin olive oil from Apulia. Thanks to the addition of the fennel seeds, they are crispy, fresh and very fragrant.

Packaged in a pretty cardboard box, they can be conveniently stored in the pantry to always have them on hand or gifted as a tasty and traditional present. 

The typical Apulian recipe, besides choosing top-quality ingredients also requires that Taralli are first boiled in water and oil and then baked in order to make them obtain a crunchy, unique flavour.  

Ingredients

Wheat flour, white wine, olive oil, extra virgin olive oil (5%), salt, fennel seeds (1%). ALLERGENS: gluten, sulphites. It may contain traces of sesame seeds, nuts, milk and milk-based products, soybeans

Ingredients

Wheat flour, white wine, olive oil, extra virgin olive oil (5%), salt, fennel seeds (1%). ALLERGENS: gluten, sulphites. It may contain traces of sesame seeds, nuts, milk and milk-based products, soybeans

Food expiration
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Conservation tips
Store in a cool, dry place away from light and heat sources
NUTRITIONAL VALUES
Energy value
1891 kJ - 450 Kcal
Fat
15 g
of which saturated fatty acids
2,3 g
Carbohydrates
69 g
of which sugars
1,2 g
Protein
1,5 g
Salt
2,7 g

CURIOUS FACTS

There are many different stories about the origins of Taralli, from more imaginative to more likely ones. Like many other Italian iconic food products, taralli were prepared for the first time by chance in 15th century. According to the most widespread story, a woman lacked food for her children, so decided to put together and cook all the ingredients she had: flour, salt, oil and white wine. First, she made thin strips from the dough and then she gave them the form of rings and baked them. The recipe has been edited and improved over time. For example, a further step has been added in order to make Taralli crispier and crubly: boiling taralli in water and oil before baking them. This step softens the dough and makes taralli crispy and crumbly once baked

Nobody knows the specific etymology of the word ‘tarallo’, but there are several theories. The most famous ones suggest that the word could come from:

  •  the Latin word ‘torrere’, meaning to toast
  • the combination of ‘tar’, from Italian, with ‘danal’, from French, referring to a rolled bread typical of the areas beyond the Alps.
  • the French word ‘toral’, meaning to dry

PROCESSING 

The ingredients of the original recipe are very simple: flour, extra-virgin olive oil and white wine. Given the success of this product, many manufacturers also add spices or seasonings to the traditional dough to offer even more unique products, such as taralli with Fennel seeds. However, what makes Taralli really special is the double-cooking procedure. 

The preparation of traditional Apulian taralli involves just a few simple steps:

  1. Carefully choosing genuine, high-quality raw materials.
  2. Mixing the ingredients together until they form an elastic dough, which is then divided into 8cm-long sticks
  3. Creating 1cm-diameter rings by overlapping the extremities of the sticks
  4. Double-cooking the rings by first boiling them in water and oil until they rise to the surface and then baking them for about half an hour. 

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