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Anelletti 500 g
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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.
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Typical pasta of this region, it is made with 100% Abruzzo durum wheat semolina, bronze drawn and dried at low temperature. Perfect in legume soups, with beans, crunchy bacon and Rustichella d’Abruzzo INTOSSO Extra Virgin Olive Oil, with scrambled eggs and chicken livers “cace e ove”. It matches perfectly Rustichella d’Abruzzo “alla Salsiccia” or “Ragù Bianco” sauces. Cooking time: 7-9 minutes.
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.
Rustichella d’Abruzzo Paccherini, bronze-drawn and slowly dried at low temperature in order to preserve perfume and quality, is slightly smaller than the classic shape of Paccheri. Starred Chef William Zonfa’s recipe is composed by Paccherini cooked with porcini mushroom aroma, a salad of asparagus, L’Aquila saffron cream and juniper-flavoured ricotta cheese. For the lovers of seafood, we recommend it with roasted cuttlefish, parsley and Rustichella d’Abruzzo chili-pepper-aromatized extra virgin olive oil. Cooking time: 13-15 minutes.
Rustichella d’Abruzzo has recently introduced an exclusive new item in its references, Paccherini ai Frutti di Bosco, a type of pasta made to satisfy the needs of Chefs to create innovative and unique recipes. It is made with a mix of 100% Italian durum wheat semolina and 23% of fresh puree of wild fruits (Blackberry 12%, Currant 11,5% and Raspberry 11,5%). Paccherini is bronze drawn and slowly dried at low temperature in order to keep perfume and quality. Starred Chef William Zonfa’s recipe is Paccherini ai Frutti di Bosco with Porcini mushrooms, asparagus salad, L’Aquila saffron D.O.P. cream and juniper-flavoured ricotta cheese. For the lovers of seafood, we recommend it with roasted cuttlefish, parsley and Rustichella d’Abruzzo PrimoGrano INTOSSO Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Cooking time: 13-15 minutes.
Rustichella d’Abruzzo Stuzzicarelli al Peperoncino could not be missing, for the lovers of spicy tastes. Made with top quality durum wheat semolina, fresh eggs and chili pepper powder, we recommend it with Pecorino cheese fondue and crispy cheek lard, or with our ‘alla Genovese’ or ‘Vongole alla Marinara’ sauces. Cooking time: 4 minutes.
Originally from Liguria, this type of artisan pasta is traditionally served with pesto, seasonal green beans and potatoes, or with cherry tomatoes, courgettes and Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, or with ham and asparagus. It matches also Rustichella d’Abruzzo organic tomato and basil sauce or “alla Genovese”. Cooking time: 10-12 minutes.
You have had a dish of egg Fettuccine at least once, right? Who hasn’t, anyway? Rustichella d’Abruzzo proposes one of the most famous types of pasta in the world, in its “Nest” version, which contains traditions and tastes. The rough and porous texture and the intense perfume of durum wheat semolina and fresh eggs coming out after opening will conquer your heart and palate. Try it in a delicate version with our PrimoGrano ‘Pomodoro a Pera d’Abruzzo’, a bit of PrimoGrano INTOSSO monocultivar Extra Virgin Olive Oil. You can also combine it with our ‘ai Funghi Porcini’, ‘alla Salsiccia’ and ‘alla Genovese’ sauces, and a bit of Abruzzo pecorino cheese. Cooking time: 4-6 minutes.
Chili Pepper artisan pasta, similar to Spaghetti but with a bigger diameter. It indisputably matches Rustichella d’Abruzzo “alla Arrabbiata” or “Amatriciana” sauces, for the lovers of intense tastes. You can also season it with a bit of Rustichella INTOSSO Extra Virgin Olive Oil or a condiment made of Rustichella d’Abruzzo Anchovies and Chili Pepper in Extra Virgin Olive Oil, for those who cannot resist chili pepper. Cooking time: 8-10 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.
Originally from Calabria, Fusilli al Ferretto is a type of handmade pasta created by rolling the dough around a knitting needle. It is one of the new items of the Formati Regionali line and can easily combine with an artichocke and nut sauce, or with sausage and chicory pesto, or with radicchio of Treviso and crispy speck. It matches well Rustichella d'Abruzzo red sauces such as the "Ortolana", the "Genovese" and "Puttanesca". Cooking time: 13-15 minutes.
Originally from Bologna, these simple durum wheat semolina skeins (bronze-drawn and dried at low temperature), are made without eggs to satisfy also those who have specific intolerances. The sauce par excellence is "Boscaiola" but this type combines well also with Rustichella d'Abruzzo "Genovese", the "Ragù bianco ai Funghi Porcini" and "alla Salsiccia" sauces. Cooking time: 5 minutes.
Rustichella d’Abruzzo Calamarata is named after the calamari (Italian for ‘squid’) and looks like their rings. It is produced on Saturdays because the drying process needs to last 40 hours. The classic recipe is with seafood with a bit of Rustichella d’Abruzzo PrimoGrano INTOSSO extra virgin olive oil and parsley. We recommend it with Rustichella d’Abruzzo “alle Vongole alla Marinara” sauce or “alla Napoletana” sauce with a bit of Rustichella d’Abruzzo chili-pepper-aromatized extra virgin olive oil. Cooking time: 12-14 minutes.
Originally from Abruzzo, this diamond-shaped type of artisan pasta is perfect for one of the typical dishes of this region, the "pasta and beans" (or chickpeas) or it can be accompanied with a chicken or vegetable broth. Also we recommend to try the taccozzette "Mare e Monti" with vegetables, Rustichella d'Abruzzo "Pescatora" sauce and extra virgin olive oil Intosso. Cooking time: 10-12 minutes.
The origins of bergamot are uncertain and enveloped in an aura of mystery. Legend narrates that the plant was imported by Christopher Columbus from the Canary Islands, arriving in Reggio Calabria from the Spanish city of Berga from which it takes its name. The first plantation of bergamot dates back to 1750 when the owner Nicola Parisi develops it along the coast of the rushes. Harmonious and pleasant its essence is used as an antidepressant and antioxidant. Cooking time: 13-15 minutes.
Shape similar to Spaghetti but with higher thickness and a square section instead of round, which is named after the typical tool used for its preparation (called indeed “chitarra”), which gives this pasta a firm texture that can capture completely the condiment, ranging from a simple but delicious tomato and basil sauce, to a more full-bodied and rustic one like sausage and radicchio or a “healthier” one like Rustichella d’Abruzzo “pesto alla Genovese”. Cooking time: 16-18 minutes.