Taralli with primitive wine from Puglia they are somewhat ubiquitous now throughout Italy if not the world. Come to think of it, even on planes they often offer them as an all-purpose snack, and in many vending machines in schools or offices, a packet of Puglian taralli is never missing. We all take them for granted, in short! However, you should know that white wine taralli from Puglia are an authentic specialty of Puglia, a typical regional product with an ancient history and an equally ancient recipe. So today let’s try to prepare them together.
Taralli with primitive wine from Puglia, the original recipe
To prepare some excellent taralli with primitive Puglia wine you will need to get the best raw material you can find. This is true for all traditional recipes, but we never tire of pointing it out. The white wine taralli as well as the sweet taralli from Puglia are excellent because they are the result of the skilful transformation of a local raw material of excellent quality. If you want to make Apulian white wine taralli at home, get the best raw materials you can find!
Here are the ingredients for Puglia white wine taralli
- 75 ml of primitive wine from Puglia
- 70ml extra virgin olive oil
- 250 grams of flour
- 1 teaspoon of salt
Preparation of primitive wine taralli from Puglia
The preparation of taralli with Puglia white wine it really is as simple as that. The only thing you will need is a bit of dexterity, as is also the case with the handmade Apulian orecchiettes or other baked dishes of the regional Apulian tradition. But rest assured, after giving shape to two or three tarallini, you will already have gotten carried away!
This is how Puglia wine taralli are prepared
- Get a bowl where you will put the flour and mix all the ingredients little by little
- Work everything until you get a ball, then pass on a pastry board or a work table and continue until the dough is well homogeneous
- Wrap the ball in cling film and leave to rest for half an hour
- Then take the dough and divide it into 10 parts.
- On each side, cut a loaf one centimeter in diameter by eight centimeters in length
- Roll all the breads until you get the classic shape of the Apulian wine taralli. If you wish you can make them even smaller: the smallest possible size will be that of your finger!
- Dip the taralli in salted boiling water, as for pasta
- When they rise to the surface, like homemade potato gnocchi, drain them. Use a slotted spoon and place them on a clean tea towel
- Let them dry: if you’re in a hurry, it takes an hour, but ideally overnight!
- When the wait is over, bake them at 180 degrees for 25 minutes. The oven must be static!
- After 25 minutes, turn the oven to convection mode and cook for another 5 minutes.
- When you see a nice golden color, turn off the oven and open it
- Wait until the taralli are cold to taste them!
A delicious variant of taralli with primitive wine from Puglia: taralli with sweet white wine … excellent for a snack
Here is the recipe
Get ready at home sweet taralli from Puglia this is a great idea for several reasons. It keeps kids entertained, but also makes healthy homemade treats free of preservatives, fats or other unhealthy ingredients.
Ingredients for Sweet Taralli from Puglia
- 100 g of white wine,
- 500g flour 00
- 150 g of extra virgin olive oil,
- 150 g) sugar,
- a pinch of salt,
- 1 packet of baking powder
- if desired, a pinch of cinnamon
Preparation of Apulian sweet taralli, this is how they are made
The preparation of sweet Apulian taralli is very similar to that of savory taralli in white wine. If you want to shorten the time and obtain equally pleasant sweet tarallini but with a little less work, we advise you not to boil and to proceed directly with baking!
Taralli from Puglia for sale online
The Land of Puglia cares about the happiness of its customers. For this reason, we have selected the best taralli from Puglia for you. In our catalog you will find Apulian taralli with sweet and savory white wine, ready to satisfy your palate and brighten up your moments of relaxation or a work break!
Apulian taralli are also excellent to serve as an aperitif, accompanied by a prosecco or a good Apulian wine!