Rubatà of Chieri, are bread sticks, a savory bakery product typical of cooking in Piedmont. Their name comes from Piedmont dialect, in which it means “fallen”, referring in effect to the technique used to prepare them. To be exact, this refers to the technique of the baker in taking the freshly hand-rolled bread sticks with their tips and rolling them around their thumbs with the palms of the hands closed together, then letting them “fall”, or rather “rubatè” in dialect, gently but firmly on the rolling board to make the dough more compact. They are easy to recognize because of their knobbly appearance, due to them being prepared by hand.
INGREDIENTS: Type "00" soft WHEAT flour, 100% italian extra virgin olive oil (5%), Lard, salt, Yeast, malt (BARLEY)
It can contain traces of MILK and derivatives, SESAME, NUTS and SOY
For allergens see ingredients in bold.