Brioche Col Tuppo is a traditional Italian sweet bread. Aromatic and flavorful, it can be served by itself or with a fruity granita!
Brioche col Tuppo is a Sicilian sweet bread, oval-shaped and topped with a hemispherical ball (tuppo). The name comes from its shape that reminds the traditional low bun that Sicilian women used to wore in the past and in Sicilian dialect is called Tuppo. This brioche is amazingly soft and fragrant and is traditionally served accompanied by another staple of the Sicilian cuisine : Granita Siciliana.
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