These fragrant little rolls, slightly sweetened with dried fruit, are a perfect teatime treat and are popular with children. Served warm, with olive oil, butter or a sour cheese such as a Stracchino, they are wonderful with a fresh glass of milk or hot chocolate. Alternatively, try them with salami, olives, prosciutto crudo or mortadella as an antipasto. However they are served, the intense rosemary perfume, released as their crusts are broken, will transport you to Tuscany in an instant.
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