Rigatoni PGI (500g) - Garofalo
The word rigatoni comes from the Italian word rigato which means "ridged" or "lined", making sauces and grated cheese stick to it much better than its smooth-sided cohort. It's a particular favourite in southern and central Italian cuisine where it is widely used - especially in Sicily. Due to its shape and texture, rigatoni works well with either fairly thick cream or tomato based sauces as its shape holds the sauce well, so enhance it with simple ingredients and seasonal products like beans and mushrooms. IGP (PGI)* certified.
*IGP (PGI) is short for Indicazione Geografica Protetta (literally "Protected Geographical Indication"). This certification identify an agricultural product, raw or processed, which quality, reputation or other characteristics are linked to its geographical origin.
Suitable for vegans.
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Pasta Garofalo was born in 1789 in Gragnano, the homeland of Pasta. Thanks to the climate conditions, ideal for drying up the pasta, and to the presence of spring water to run the Mills, the city has traditionally been just the right place for the pastifici. The quality of Pasta Garofalo speaks for itself, driven by the will to make excellent products for the best dining experience, full of taste and, why not, a bit of creativity.
Ingredients: Durum wheat semolina, water. May contain soy.