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Tajarin with Enkir Flour 250g


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The Tajarin with Enkir Flour is made using the high quality enkir grain and eggs originating from selected farms. This particular flour is obtained through a careful selection of the grains, which are then milled pure on a natural stone. This particular type of milling does not heat up the grain during its transformation, and makes it possible to maintain all the nutritional and sensorial characteristics of the product. Antignano has selected the most ancient grain to guarantee you flavour and well-being!

SKU 41461
Manufacturer Antignano
Prodotto in Italy
Regione Piemonte
Peso netto 0,25
Price/Kg €27.60 / Kg
Ingredients organic Enkir monococcum flour (triticum monococcum) from Mulino Marino di Cossano Belbo (CN), eggs 20%. Allergens: contains gluten and eggs. For more information on product labels, please contact our Customer Service department. The information on the labels of the products may vary for reasons beyond our control, therefore, there may be discrepancies between the information on the site and that on the products delivered. Please always check the information on the product before consumption or use.

Manufacturer History

Cooperativa Antignano selects food products made exclusively by the cooperative society members. Every product is created with maximum attention to the ingredients and to the packaging. One of its flagship products is the Mais OttoFile from Antignano used to make tajarin and paste di meliga (cornmeal biscuits). Also not to be missed are the cherries in Barolo Chinato, but we have to confess that when they are used in sauces, for example for duck, or together with a slice of good bread, we can't stop ourselves. Finally, we have to mention cugnà, a typical product of the Langhe hills and Monferrato, which is exceptional with cheese.

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