Video: how to make frisella barley bread from Puglia Italy

If you like simple, tasty and very easy to make food then you should definitively try the frisella barley bread from Italy Puglia.

Frisella is made with whole grains, either with durum wheat semolina or with barley. Very rarely it is made with white flour.

There is nothing to cook with frisella and for us in Puglia, it makes a whole meal instead of pasta or rice.

In addition to being easy to make, it is also very tasty.

The secret is always to use very fresh and tasty ingredients. I used all the fresh ingredients I bought at the local market in Lecce: wild arugola, red cherry tomatoes and dry oregano. The most important ingredient are the capers in white wine vinegar. And of course frisella has to be enjoyed with the most intense Stile Mediterraneo extra virgin olive oil.

For the recipe follow the frisella recipe.

What do you think of this video? and what do you think of frisella?

This video has been made and edited by Andrew Jenner.

2 Comments

  1. Cinzia Rascazzo December 10, 2015 at 11:23 am

    Ciao Mary!! me too! I have so many wonderful memories of my time with all of you.
    This is the link to the frisella recipe.
    https://artisansoftaste.com/2009/07/frisella-dry-bread-from-puglia/

  2. Mary Swanson December 9, 2015 at 3:03 pm

    I enjoyed watching this video and others on the blog. Keeps my memories of Puglia and time spent with Cinzia alive! It says, for the recipe follow the link. I can not find the link 🙁

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