N° 12-5 Fusilli Lunghi
This pasta shape is a speciality from Campania whose origins are no longer remembered; Garofalo Fusilli Lunghi have the unmistakable character of carefully processed and bronze-drawn pasta.
Their classic spiral shape lets sauces creep between the curves.
They are excellent with everyday recipes, as well as more daring experiments.
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Thoughts and inspirations
In ancient times the fusilli were prepared by hand according to a precise technique. The mixture of durum wheat semolina and water was rolled around chestnut twigs to take on the particular spiral shape. The twigs were then removed and the pasta was left to dry in the air. The traditional Neapolitan recipe that goes perfectly with this speciality is Fusilli lunghi con la ricotta (with ricotta cheese).
How Garofalo Is Made
We take nothing for granted when processing our pasta.
Each step, each process draws on both ancient experiences and recent discoveries, as well as on an original interpretation of taste.
The passion for our work translates into an indefatigable quest for perfection.
Durum wheat semolina.
Origin of the Wheat
Country of cultivation: EU and not EU
Country of milling: Italy
It may contain SOY and MUSTARD
- Energy1489 kl / 351 kcal
of which saturated1,0g
of which sugars 70 g
- Fibre3,0 g
- Protein14 g
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