These typical light, crispy tongue biscuits known as mother-in-law tongues, are hand-made for in the heart of Piedmonte, a region famous for its wine and culinary heritage. They can be eaten as an antipasti snack, like grissini bread sticks or combine well with a cheese course.
Lingue are made with the simplest of authentic primary ingredients: flour, water, extra virgin olive oil and yeast. The dough is measured out, stretched and rolled out thin, then pricked by hand, before baking fast at a high temperature to a golden crispness. Being a genuinely hand-made product, naturally they vary in colour and size.
In four flavours : classic, rosemary, chilli or parmesan.