Mamma Nonna’s Taralli is a very simple, unleavened & lightly sweetened snack. This family recipe for taralli must first be boiled & then baked in order to achieve that perfect crunch.
Who can resist the crunch of a good taralli recipe? That's right, NO ONE! If you are looking for a fantastic taralli recipe for your family, a holiday dinner or just because, then you have come to the right place!
This recipe for the Best Homemade Italian Easter Egg Taralli di Filomena will leave you speechless. These featherlike taralli provide the perfect balance between crunchiness and chewiness.
These Homemade Italian Fennel Taralli da Tavola di Filomena can be described as being a crunchy and addictive snack food. If you are not familiar with taralli, you are definitely in for a treat!
These easily identifiable Glazed Italian Egg Taralli have always been considered an Easter specialty. In recent decades, they have become so popular that they can easily be found year round in Italian pastry shops, in and around the city, right here in Montréal.
These Crunchy Addictive Italian Anise Taralli are, in my humble opinion, the ultimate snack food. Traditional Italian baking can sometimes be a little time consuming, but on the positive side, the recipes are usually really simple and often a lot easier than you think. And it’s almost always better than any commercial product you can buy.
I thought it would be appropriate to share this recipe for my Dad’s Favorite Fennel Taralli recipe on Father’s Day.
A few years ago, there was a fundraising bake sale at work and I had the opportunity to try a colleague’s contribution to the event; his Mom’s taralli. As soon as I tasted Altomare’s Wine Taralli, I was hooked. I loved them and I was so very grateful for the opportunity to have her recipe.