The name tarallo is used to indicate various bakery products that have in common the shape of a ring with intertwined ends.
The preparation of these donuts is traditional in the southern regions such as Campania, Puglia, Calabria, Basilicata and Sicily.
The origin of the term is uncertain.
The most reliable thesis has it that it derives from the Greek etymology "daratos" (sort of bread), but there are those who claim it comes from the Latin "torrère" (toast) and those from the Italian "tar" (to wrap).
The recipe was born salty, only then was it enriched with the sweet version.
Among the various traditions we indicate the Neapolitan and the Apulian ones.
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