Mezza Zita is a delicious, smaller variation of the classic Zita.
In the south of Italy, the term "Zita" means the bride and as a matter of fact, this type of pasta is traditionally associated with weddings and is always served at wedding receptions.
Tradition has it that Mezza Zita (mezza means "half"), which is quite thick with a fairly rough texture, is broken by hand into uneven pieces, before being put in the saucepan to cook.
Mezza Zita Tagliata ( "mezza" half, "tagliata" cut) has already been made shorter for a more practical use in the kitchen.
This type of pasta can be used to prepare oven-baked recipes or plates of pasta served with dense, colourful sauces of meat or fish, with green leaf vegetables or vegetables, or strong Italian cheeses, such as pecorino, provolone or caciocavallo.
Available in 500g pack.s
Anelli Siciliani (Sicilian rings) have a distinctive shape which is traditional in Sicily and known also as Anelloni (big rings). Traditionally, this pasta is used to make a wide variety of popular oven-baked dishes or pies with crusts that were originally made on festive occasions. Available in 500g pack.s