Artisan pasta aromatized with Spinach leaves from Italian cultivations, similar to Spaghetti but with a bigger diameter. It matches Rustichella d’Abruzzo organic “Pomodoro e Basilico” sauce or “alla Arrabbiata” sauce, or with Rustichella d’Abruzzo organic “Pesto alla Genovese”, not pasteurised. Cooking time: 9-11 minutes.
0kg - 5kg
€1.00 - €220.00
Rustichella d’Abruzzo long-shaped pasta aromatized with Black Squid Ink. The classic recipe is with squids, prawns, cherry tomatoes and mullet’s eggs, or with smoked salmon and Rustichella d’Abruzzo Extra Virgin Olive Oil. We recommend it with Rustichella d’Abruzzo “Pomodoro e Basilico” sauce. Cooking time: 9-11 minutes.
It is a young vinegar, produced from grape must that has undergone indirect heat concentration. The sugars present in the grape must undergo an alcoholic fermentation, which will be interrupted by the addition of must already in the process of acidification. The product, aged for several years in different wooden barrels (oak, chestnut, ash, etc.) will take valuable organoleptic characteristics that confer flavour and special perfumes.
Gnocchi di patate (potato gnocchi) have an even softer and more substantial texture. The classic recipe is gnocchi “alla Sorrentina”, with smoked provola cheese and homemade tomato sauce. We also recommend it with two particular Rustichella d’Abruzzo condiments: chopped PrimoGrano Pomodoro a Pera with salty ricotta cheese, and white ragu “ai Funghi Porcini”. Cooking time: 2 minutes.
Originally from Campania, this shape looks like giant Maccheroni and is one of the most cooked types of pasta in Italy and in the world. Paccheri is used in a lot of recipes: from king prawns with Porcini mushrooms and nduja (a type of spicy sausage), to mozzarella cheese and pepper sauce, or with prawns and mashed mullet’s eggs, or cherry tomatoes and burrata cheese. Also, they can be filled with asparugs and bufala mozzarella cheese or mixed vegetables. It is recommended also with Rustichella d’Abruzzo “alla Napoletana” or “alle Vongole” sauces. Cooking time: 13-15 minutes.
Perle di patate (potato pearls) have an even softer and more substantial texture. We recommend it with two particular Rustichella d’Abruzzo condiments: organic Pesto alla Genovese for the lovers of “healthy” recipes and organic “alla Arrabbiata” sauce for the lovers of spicy flavours. Cooking time: 2 minutes.
For a safe nutrition, Rustichella d’Abruzzo presents a really tasty sauce to season baby food. Made through slow boiling of rigorously organic and high quality tomatoes, carrots, onions and extra virgin olive oil, as people used to do in the past. The flavour of Mediterranean tomato in a delicate and well-balanced sauce, perfect to season the first “pastasciuttine” (small-sized dried pasta) of your children. No preservatives and no colourants, it is excellent for a quick lunch, just the time to slowly heat it, and ready in very few minutes. Before serving, it is recommended to add a bit of ZEROTRE organic extra virgin olive oil.
Typical pastry from Abruzzo and spread in Central Italy, it is made with a simple dough of flour, almonds, eggs and sugar, kneaded in order to obtain a soft long-shaped dough which is cut up in slices after the first cooking and then baked again until it becomes a fragrant, tasty and perfumed biscuit. Cantucci have the same consistency of a biscuit because, originally, farro and almond flour was used. The appealing look of Cantucci d’Abruzzo makes them perfect to be soaked in the traditional vino cotto from Abruzzo or to be served with a cup of coffee. Its refined packaging can be created only by those who have a great passion for tradition.
Typical pastry from Abruzzo made with a production process that has not changed over the centuries, which involves the use of ferro for cooking, an essential double-slabbed and slightly hollow tool, which gives the Neole their peculiar rhombus-shaped look. Every family used to have a ferro and, as a proof of its importance, it was part of the bride’s inventory. In many cases, the central part of this tool had the family’s coat of arms, therefore when the bride was giving her Neole, the coat of arms of her own ferro represented a proper signature. Nowadays, there are plenty of versions of this speciality, even though they must traditionally be crispy, thin and with anise seeds, just the way Rustichella d’Abruzzo proposes it. According to tradition, cooking time must equal the duration of the Ave Maria on one side and the Lord’s Prayer on the other. You can try it with a bit of powdered sugar and cinnamon or stuffed with Rustichella “Sclucchiata di uva Montepulciano d’Abruzzo”. Its refined packaging can be created only by those who have a great passion for tradition.
The name originates from the dialectal form "i zit" (the spouses). In fact according to the culinary tradition of southern Italy the ziti are the pasta of solemn occasions, in particular of the wedding dinner. Unlike long ziti, to be broken by hand, this format is already broken and ready for cooking. They are produced with the timilia, one of the ancient wheat varieties that Rustichella proposes to rediscover for a healthy and genuine eating philosophy. Ideal with the cream of Rustichella d'Abruzzo basil or with a light dressing based on vegetables. Cooking time: 9-11 min.
Originally from Campania region, this type of pasta looks like lengthened Fusilli and housewives in the past used to make it by rolling a Bucatino around a knitting needle. Delicious with a simple Rustichella d’Abruzzo tomato and basil sauce or “alla Pecorara” sauce, combined with Rustichella d’Abruzzo Farindola Pecorino cheese and extra virgin olive oil. Cooking time: 11-13 minutes.
Lumaconi Giganti is one of those types of pasta that are appropriate to enhance any rich condiment: from a stuffing with sausage and ricotta cheese, to one with eggplant and cherry tomatoes. We recommend it with Rustichella d’Abruzzo “alla Salsiccia” red sauce to the classic “Ragù di carne alla Bolognese”. Cooking time: 12-14 minutes.