Mancini Italian Pasta: Spaghetti alla Chitarra - 500gr Pack

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The Mancini Spaghetti alla Chitarra is an artisanal long square section pasta. They are produced with the Italian wheat grown in the company's fields. Their porous surface enhances any kind of sauce. 500g pack.

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MANCINI ITALIAN PASTA - SPAGHETTI ALLA CHITARRA PASTA

Mancini Spaghetti alla Chitarra are an Italian particular type of long pasta with a square section.

They take their peculiar name from the special tool (called guitar) with which they are produced.

This special processing gives the dough the typical square section and a porous texture that allows the sauce to adhere along the entire length of the pasta.

With the Spaghetti alla Chitarra Mancini, you can make tasty pasta carbonara, alla amatriciana, or match them with venison ragout.


Excellent also the Spaghetti alla Chitarra with skid ink or shrimp, zucchini and saffron.


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


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MANCINI ITALIAN PASTA - SPAGHETTI ALLA CHITARRA PASTA

The Spaghetti alla Chitarra are a long pasta format typical of Central Italy (Marche and Abruzzo).

Their square section is obtained by spreading the dough on a rectangular wooden frame in which thin metal wires are inserted.


The spaghetti are cut through these wires that resemble precisely the strings of a guitar. In ancient times, the spaghetti were cut by hand.

The women from Abruzzo, having spread the dough on the metal wires, passed the rolling pin on it and then, to bring down the spaghetti, slided their fingers over the cuts procured by the metal wires.

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