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Paccheri 0.5kg

Paccheri 0.5kg


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The paccheri from Afeltra are so good because they are made according to the most ancient tradition of Gragnano. 16 millimetres thick, just like they used to be made. This is why the flavour and texture are so unique.

To best appreciate them, always serve them 'al dente', with your best loved sauce.

The paccheri are perfect for light tomato and vegetable based sauces as well as with light fish sauces. They are also perfect for making filled pasta or baked pasta dishes.

If you are passionate about the Paccheri from Afeltra don't miss the value pack available from Dispensa di Eataly!

SKU 182406
Manufacturer Afeltra
Produktionsort Italy
Region No
Nettogewicht 0,5
Price/Kg €6.80 / Kg
Durum wheat semolina. Contains gluten.

Manufacturer History

The Premiato Pastificio Olimpio Afeltra was founded in 1848 and is located in the heart of Gragnano. In this monumental palace from the early 1800's, 50 quintals of pasta are produced every day with full respect for the artisan method. The best durum wheat semolina is delivered to the company and then analysed to make sure they have the characteristics of excellence required for protein, glutens and ash. The dough and pre-dough are prepared in a vacuum, slowly and using the purest water from the Lattari Mountains of Gragnano. The exclusive bronze die extrusion process is used, and the drying lasts from 24 to 52 hours, depending on the format, with temperatures that never exceed 48 degrees.

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