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Tuscan Durum Wheat Pasta Tagliatelle - 500 g

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Tagliatelle - 500 g Tuscan Durum Wheat Pasta

Tagliatelle, known as "wide pasta the width of a small finger," have ancient origins and were first described in the 15th century by Maestro Martino, a renowned chef. He referred to them as "bindelle," which means small strips of pasta. Later, in 1549, Cristoforo di Messinbugo published a recipe for a similar pasta format called "lasagnuolle or chopped tagliatelle."

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Tagliatelle- 500 g Tuscan Durum Wheat Pasta

Our pasta is made from semolina obtained through optimal milling of cereals exclusively grown in Tuscany using traditional cultivation methods.

These methods include crop rotation and other agronomic practices aimed at preserving the production soil and, consequently, the environment, which is essential for obtaining excellent raw materials.

The semolina is selected with more attention to quality than to the quantity of gluten (which represents the majority of the pasta's proteins).

Our pasta, produced in small quantities, is the result of meticulous craftsmanship: the blending of excellent raw materials; extrusion through bronze dies; slow drying, for varying periods depending on the shape, at temperatures ranging from 30 to 35 °C.

Ingredients: durum wheat semolina, water.

Contains gluten

COOKING TIME: 7 min.

The cooking time is purely indicative and can be adjusted to your preference.

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Tagliatelle - 500 g Tuscan Durum Wheat Pasta

Tagliatelle, known as "wide pasta the width of a small finger," have ancient origins and were first described in the 15th century by Maestro Martino, a renowned chef. He referred to them as "bindelle," which means small strips of pasta. Later, in 1549, Cristoforo di Messinbugo published a recipe for a similar pasta format called "lasagnuolle or chopped tagliatelle."

Rigatoni - 500 g Durum wheat semolina pasta from Tuscany

Rigatoni: the pasta that goes with everything

Rigatoni are a short, ridged pasta shape that is typical of Italian cuisine.

They are similar to paccheri, but they have a longer shape and the ridges are thinner. Rigatoni are a versatile food that can be enjoyed in many different ways.

They are perfect for meat-based sauces, such as Neapolitan ragù, but they are also great with seafood sauces, such as pescatora sauce, or vegetarian sauces, such as pesto alla genovese. The ridges on the outside of the rigatoni help to hold the sauce, making them a particularly flavorful pasta shape.

Rigatoni are a healthy and nutritious food, rich in complex carbohydrates, protein, and fiber.

Fusilli - 500 g Tuscan Durum Wheat Pasta

The Evolution of Fusilli: Fusilli can be considered a modern derivation of the traditional Sicilian busiata and maccheroni inferriati, widely popular in Southern Italy.

The fresh pasta, made only from flour and water, was hand-rolled into a spiral shape around a stem of Ampelodesmos Mauritanicus, a Sicilian plant, or on a special iron rod.

Linguine - 500 g Tuscan Durum Wheat Semolina Pasta

Linguine, also known as bavette, appear to be a relatively recent type of pasta, considering the rich tradition of pasta.

One of the earliest mentions of this shape, identified as bavette, can be found in the Vocabulary of Tuscan Usage from 1863, where they are described as 'a type of long and thin pasta for soups.' Today, linguine is among the most popular pasta shapes among consumers.

They pair wonderfully with delicate yet aromatic sauces such as Genovese pesto or light seafood-based sauces.

However, the golden rule remains the same: unleash your taste and creativity!

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