Grissini were created in the 17th century by the noble families from Turin. Eating these bread sticks was then an elegant way of being on diet.
Grissini are today of the most famous Italian specialties. They are made with flour, olive oil, salt and water. They owe their unique taste to the slow and special kneading of their dough. These bread stick are either tasty and low in fat or sugar.
Tasting tip : serve these bread sticks as appetizers or with your dishes.