il PANE DI SEMOLA TRADIZIONALE DELLA SARDEGNA
CON GRANO DURO SARDO
E' un tipico pane sardo diffuso in tutta la Sardegna, a forma di disco molto sottile e croccante, adatto a essere conservato a lungo. Il termine sardo deriva dal verbo carasare, che significa tostare. Durante la carasadura il pane viene rimesso nel forno per la cottura finale: tale cottura lo rende croccante.
It is a typical Sardinian bread spread all over Sardinia, in the shape of a very thin and crunchy disc, suitable to be kept for a long time. The Sardinian word derives from the verb "carasare", which means to toast. During this process the bread is put back in the oven for the final baking: this baking makes it crunchy.
Very old bread, typical Sardinian, of Arab origin. Prepared with durum wheat flour, water, salt and yeast. The need to spend long periods away from home, for the transhumance, made compulsory by the scarcity of fertile land, led the ancient Sardinians to toast this precious bread, in order to increase its conservation capacity.
Very old bread, typical Sardinian, with Arabic origins. Prepared with durum wheat flour, water, salt and yeast. The need to spend long periods away from home, for transhumance, made obligatory by the scarcity of fertile land, led the ancient Sardinians to toast this precious bread, in order to increase its conservation capacity.
It is one of the food-symbol of Sardinian gastronomy: an original, even unique bread, whose origins are traced back, according to some studies, to the Nuragic era (1800 B.C. - 200 A.D.). Always present on Sardinian tables, it has crossed the sea and today is known and appreciated in the rest of Italy and on international markets. Its characteristic crunchiness, its delicate and refined taste, its practicality in consumption and preservation, make this wonderful food can be combined with any gastronomic tradition.
The "Bio" certified flours come from wheat grown in selected fields with even greater care, using methods of cultivation with low environmental impact that preserve the organic substances naturally present in the soil and that we find in the taste and quality of the finished product.