Mancini Italian Pasta: Maccheroni or macaroni - 500gr Pack

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The Mancini Maccheroni is an artisanal bronze die pasta. They are produced with the Italian wheat grown in the company's fields. Their porous surface enhances any kind of sauce nad they are great to prepare tasty pasta timbales and yummy cold pasta salads. 500gr pack.

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MANCINI ITALIAN PASTA - MACCHERONI or MACARONI

The Mancini Maccheroni or Macaroni are produced with a blend of Italian durum wheat.

The three wheat varieties used are the San Carlo, the Levante and the Ariosto and they are planted in the company's fields.

The grain, once ground, is processed within a few days


The pasta is drawn through a bronze die and processed respecting the traditional craftsmanship.


Thanks to their hollow rugged surface they are great with any kind of sauce, from the full-bodied to the light ones.


INGREDIENTS:

durum wheat semolina, water

Underlined items are allergens; they contain gluten.


NUTRITION INFORMATION (values per 100 g of product):

  • calories: 365 kcal (1533 kJ)
  • fat: 1.1 g (of which saturated fatty acids: 0.22 g)
  • carbohydrates: 75.0 g (of which sugars: 3.6 g)
  • fiber: 2.5 g
  • proteins: 13.4 g
  • salt: 0.010 g


AWARDS

Pasta Trend 2011 - Best Artisanal Pasta.


Available in 500gr pack.



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MANCINI ITALIAN PASTA - MACCHERONI or MACARONI

In the 17th century, maccheroni/macaroni began to be associated with Naples, but earlier it was the Sicilians who were nicknamed "mangiamaccheroni" (macaroni-eaters) and, thanks to Arab influence, it was most likely they who were responsible for spreading pasta through the South of Italy.


You can virtually prepare any kind of Italian pasta recipes with Maccheroni/Macaroni Mancini.

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