Black grissini (Italian breadsticks) with sesame seed and olive oil is a simple but elegant appetizer that can be served before a meal or as a snack. Grissini, also known as grissino, are thin, crisp breadsticks that originated in Turin, Italy. They are traditionally made with flour, yeast, salt, and olive oil. The black grissini are made with activated charcoal and they are great to serve with a variety of dips and spreads.
To make this appetizer, you can purchase or make your own black grissini. Then, brush them with a mixture of olive oil and sesame seeds. This will give the grissini a nutty and savory flavor, and the sesame seeds will add a nice crunch. You can place the breadsticks in a bread basket or a platter and serve them warm.
This appetizer is perfect for serving before a meal, or as a snack. The black grissini can also be served with a variety of dips, like hummus or pesto, or topped with prosciutto and parmesan cheese.