One of the traditional types of pasta from Campania. Long, candle-shaped and thicker than 1 cm, this pasta needs to be snapped before being cooked in a pot. The traditional recipe is Candele Lunghe cooked in oven as a classic “red” timballo (meat ragu, mozzarella and Parmigiano Reggiano cheese) or “white” (besciamella sauce, artichokes, cherry tomatoes, olives and bufala mozzarella cheese). It combines well with sauces such as Rustichella d’Abruzzo “alla Pecorara” and “all’Ortolana”. Cooking time: 7-8 minutes.
Lasagne 250 g
Rustichella d'Abruzzo Lasagne, thin egg dough sheets, rough and porous, are made with 7 fresh eggs per kg of semolina. Lasagne are indisputably the protagonists of a number of traditional gourmet vegetable-based recipes, or as a tasty timballo stuffed with grilled eggplants, bufala mozzarella cheese and fresh tomato sauce. If you prefer the classic tastes of the Italian culinary tradition, we recommend it with Rustichella d’Abruzzo ‘Ragù bianco alla Salsiccia’ or ‘alla Genovese’ sauces. Cooking time: 3-5 minutes.
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Originally from South-central Italy, this oval-shaped and slightly curled type of artisan pasta is widely used in several traditional recipes. For instance, during the Palio festivity in Siena, Rustichella d’Abruzzo Cencioni are cooked with Pecorino cheese fondue, cherry tomatoes and rocket and served as prize for the winner. The Mediterranean variations of this recipe include the use of tomatoes, anchovies, capers and salted ricotta cheese, or sheep’s ricotta cheese, Calabrian sausage, tomato puree and Tropea onion. We recommend it with Rustichella d’Abruzzo organic tomato sauce and basil for the lovers of simple tastes. Cooking time: 20-22 minutes.
With a smaller diameter than Penne, this particular short pasta is known to be the most widely used shape in the realization of a first course with seasoning "vodka and bacon" or with "Pachino" cherry tomatoes and basil, or with Rustichella d'Abruzzo "all'Ortolana" or "Peperoni" sauce. Cooking time: 10-12 minutes.
With a length significantly lower than Penne Rigate, this short pasta is known to be the most widely used shape in the realization of a first course with seasoning "alla Amalfitana" (tuna, tomatoes, mozzarella and black olives). It matches the Rustichella d'Abruzzo "alle Olive", "all’Ortolana" and "Amatriciana" sauces. Cooking time: 10-12 minutes.
Originally from Sicily, this small ring-shaped type of artisan pasta is usually served as Timballo alla Palermitana (one of the traditional Sicilian dishes), or in a chicken broth, or with butter and cheese. According to the tradition of the Abruzzo region, Anelletti pasta is cooked “alla Mugnaia” with Rustichella d’Abruzzo PrimoGrano “Pomodoro a pera” tomato puree, goat’s ricotta cheese, eggplants, courgettes, peppers and Farindola Pecorino cheese. Cooking time: 12-14 minutes.
Rustichella d’Abruzzo Laganelle al Limone is made with top quality durum wheat semolina, fresh eggs and lemon juice, bronze drawn and dried at low temperature, in order to give the dough sheet an incomparable texture. The perfume of lemon combined with the one of the eggs will definitely conquer you. We recommend it with a seafood-based condiment, mullet’s eggs and a bit of Rustichella PrimoGrano INTOSSO monocultivar Extra Virgin Olive Oil. You can also season it with our ‘Vongole alla Marinara’ sauce. Cooking time: 4 minutes.
Linguette is “related” to the famous Genoese Linguine, but with eggs and a more flattened and slightly convex shape. It is perfect with Rustichella d’Abruzzo ‘Pesto alla Genovese’ with a bit of Parmigiano Reggiano cheese and Rustichella organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil. We recommend it also with our ‘Tartufata’.
Historical testimonies prove that Tagliolini is originally from Piedmont and Molise. Thanks to its thin diameter and short cooking time, Egg Nests are used to make traditional recipes with a gourmet touch, but also combined with full-bodied sauces. The intense smell of fresh eggs and durum wheat semolina will conquer you from the very beginning, when opening the packaging, and will inspire you. The most famous recipe is Nests with Porcini mushrooms and Alba black Truffle slivers, with a bit of Abruzzo pecorino cheese and a Rustichella d’Abruzzo PrimoGrano INTOSSO monocultivar Extra Virgin Olive Oil. We recommend it also with some of our sauces, such as ‘Ragù bianco’ or ‘bianco alla Salsiccia’. Cooking time: 2-3 minutes.
Speciality of PrimoGrano line, the local type of tomato called “Pera” (pear) grows in Abruzzo. It is unique and very different from all the other varieties of tomato. It has been cultivated for centuries and has very few seeds, it is very fleshy and weighs about 300-500 g. It is particularly suited for the preparation of sauces and its sweet and velvety taste, together with its low acidity, makes it much more refined than all other common types. To enjoy its organoleptic properties, we recommend using it “raw”, pan-frying it together with pasta and adding just a little bit of PrimoGrano INTOSSO Extra Virgin Olive Oil with some perfumed basil leaves.
Rustichella d’Abruzzo Conchiglioni pasta is offered with the new captivating packaging in pure Kraft paper. During his event in Stadio Olimpico in Rome on April 2016, Michelin-starred Chef Antonino Cannavacciuolo presented the recipe with which he started out in Villa Crespi, cooking Rustichella d’Abruzzo Conchiglioni filled with Gorgonzola cheese and puree of green apple and rapa celery. Another Mediterranean recipe is Conchiglioni “alla Sorrentina” (addition of Rustichella d’Abruzzo PrimoGrano INTOSSO extra virgin olive oil is recommended) or as a starter filled with tuna fish, tomatoes, capers, lemon zest, rocket and Rustichella d’Abruzzo rocket-aromatized extra virgin olive oil. It is recommended also with our condiment “alla Pecorara”. Cooking time: 11-14 minutes.
The groove running in the centre of this cinnamon-stick-shaped pasta collects the condiment inside. One of the most recommended recipes is “alla Norma”, in perfect Sicilian style. The intense taste of salted ricotta cheese matches well the sweetness of cherry tomato sauce and the delicacy of eggplant. A bit of Rustichella d’Abruzzo PrimoGrano INTOSSO extra virgin olive oil makes it all complete. The lovers of the most traditional country recipes are recommended to cook Pasta al Ceppo with a condiment based on sausage, chicory and cloves of garlic. Cooking time: 10-12 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.
One of Rustichella d’Abruzzo new items in Limited Edition that have recently been introduced in Italy and abroad. This type of pasta is similar to Torchietti and is made with 30% of puree of pumpkin. You absolutely need to try it with Rustichella truffle-aromatized Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Cooking time: 10-12 minutes.
Eat it or Drink from it. The eco-sustainable alternative to the ubiquitous plastic straw. Made using pasta, gluten free and 100% biodegradable, it is the perfect solution to the issue of enviromental sustainability.
This triangular Penna is one of the most required types of pasta out of the line Formati Regionali, with its futuristic shape and innovative design. Chef Marco Mazzone from Sciapò Street and Restaurant of Trastevere in Rome (awarded bronze medal at the Campionati Italiani di Cucina 2017 in the team Roma) usually cooks Rustichella Trenne with stir-fried Roman artichokes, Roman Pecorino cheese, Accumuli’s crispy cheek lard and Rustichella d’Abruzzo PrimoGrano INTOSSO extra virgin olive oil. Its good resistance in cooking, aesthetics and presentation when served allow this type of pasta to be very well-appreciated by many chefs. Recommended also with Rustichella “ragù all Genovese” with a little bit of grated Parmigiano Reggiano cheese. Cooking time: 10-13 minutes.