Mini Rubata Breadsticks – 3.53oz/100g


Categories: , .

Just as good as when they were first baked in 1679, Mario Fongo’s Rubatà delight the palate with their delicate flavour and compact texture, making them ideal for the most imaginative combos. The rubatà, traditional right down to its name, which means “fallen” in the local Piedmont dialect, is a bread-stick made by rolling over the sheet of dough so that it takes on a very dense consistency. Mario Fongo’s rubatà vary in length from fifteen to thirty centimetres and have a distinctive knobbly appearance. The rubatà is the oldest form of bread-stick: the story goes that it was baked for the first time in 1679 at the Savoy court, when the court baker, Antonio Brunero, following the instructions of the physician, Teobaldo Pecchio, devised this recipe to nourish the future Vittorio Amedeo II, who was sickly and unable to digest any bread, apart from the crust.
Made in Italy

Additional information
Weight 1 lbs