Pane Carasau are thin crunchy flatbread of Sardinia made from the durum wheat flour, salt, yeast and water. Surprisingly the dish is of ancient origin and these breads can last up to one year if kept dry. The name is derived from the Sardinian word “carasare,” meaning crust of the bread. They have a clean taste and can be used with any number of toppings, or cut into triangles, and used with your favorite dipping sauce.
Ingredients: Durum Wheat, Semolina, Water, Brewer's yeast and Salt
Country of Origin: Italy
Net Weight: 900g per pack