Friselle con Pomodoro
Friselle – a round hardened bread made of wheat and regular flour that is soaked in water to soften it and then prepared with tomatoes, EVOO, and fresh basil. If you are looking for a stronger taste, you can also add garlic, onions or anchovies to the recipe. Friselle date back to around the 10th century, when they were used by traveling merchants and sailors because they could be kept for lengthy periods. This dish is is perfect for a light lunch, particularly in summer when tomatoes are ripe.
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