Post Views: 9,808 PRINT RECIPE OR SAVE PDF RECIPE FILEThe taralli are an Apulian excellence that all Italy envies us; there are different flavors especially of the salty variant: with pepper, fennel seeds, boiled, heated, etc. … but there is also the sweet variant, with wine or glazed also called Eyes of Saint Lucia. If salty ones are the protagonists of Apulian appetizers and aperitifs, sweet ones are excellent at the end of a meal as an accompaniment to coffee, for an afternoon snack or even for breakfast. The recipe is similar to that of classic taralli which are boiled and then baked in the oven, however sweet taralli must be more double and bigger in order to have a homogeneous covering of icing over the whole surface of the tarallo; they are crispy and not very sweet because the dough is the same as salty ones and the difference is made by the icing.     Yield: Makes 20 taralli INGREDIENTS: 16 oz all purpose flour 3 eggs 50 ml extra virgin olive oil 1/4 tsp baking powder 18 tsp of sugar pinch salt 1 tbsp sambuca For The Glaze 2 cups icing sugar 1/4  cup lemon juice METHOD: … Continue reading NONNA’S EASTER BOILED & SUGAR GLAZED TARALLI