The tarallo is the ‘typical Apulian product’ also recognized as an emblem of Italian traditions by the Ministry of Agriculture. The tarallo is a ring made with unleavened dough made from flour, water, wine, oil and salt and is often flavoured with spices like fennel seeds. It is cooked in the oven and eaten on many occasions: as a nibble or to accompany meals.


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