Gragnano Ferdinando II Spaghetti Pasta IGP Bronze Die 17 oz
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Pasta from Gragnano is a specialty of Campania, a region in southern Italy that is famous for its cuisine and culture. Gragnano is a town that has a long history of pasta making, dating back to the 16th century. The pasta from Gragnano is produced exclusively with Italian durum wheat semolina, which gives it a high protein content and a golden color. The pasta is also shaped by bronze dies, which create a rough surface that holds the sauce well. The pasta is then dried slowly at low temperatures, preserving its aroma and flavor. Pasta from Gragnano is recognized as an Indication of Geographic Protection (IGP) by the European Union, meaning that it has to follow strict rules of production and quality. Pasta from Gragnano comes in many different shapes and sizes, but one of the most popular and traditional ones is spaghetti. Spaghetti is a long and thin pasta that can be paired with any kind of sauce, from the classic tomato and basil to the more elaborate seafood or meat sauces. Spaghetti is easy and quick to cook, and it always satisfies everyone with its delicious taste and texture. Pasta from Gragnano is a staple of Italian cuisine, and spaghetti is one of its most representative expressions. If you want to enjoy a simple yet satisfying meal, try spaghetti from Gragnano with your favorite sauce and discover the true flavor of Campania.
Ingredients: Durum wheat semolina, water. Contains wheat/gluten.
Net Weight: 500 g / 17 oz