It’s sports week, the children are all home, the weather is horrible and cold so no way I go outside (and yes there is weather you don’t want to go outside even if you had a heater along). What to do? Mummmyyyyy, don’t want to draw, don’t want to do this, to do that…. I want to do something new. Here it is. The simplest, quickest, dirt-contained recipe of all…. and it’s also good ;-).
- 500g flour
- 15g salt
- 1,25dl olive oil
- 1,5dl of dry white wine
- mix all of the ingredients until you get an elastic dough;
- cover in clean film and let it rest for about 30 min;
- with your hands form long sort of sausages about 1cm in diameter, cut at 6cm lenght, form a circly thind and press the two ends one on the other (it’s easier to see than to explain);
- bring a pot of salty water to the boil, drop in the taralli and fish them out once they come to the surface;
- put them on kitchen paper to dry, and them put them on a oiled tray (or layed with baking paper) and cook for about 40min at 200 °C;
- taste with a glass of dry white wine.