The origins of Capelli d'Angelo, with their evocative name (Angel Hair) and light consistency, are contested between the area around Genoa, Naples and the Ciociaria (central Italy). It is one of the thinnest types of long pasta wound into a nest shape.
Even the name Capelli d'Angelo is reminiscent of the fine consistency of this type of pasta which is ideal for infants from 9 months old onwards to help them get used to eating food for grown-ups.
Capelli d'Angelo are a type of pasta which is ideal with broth into which it is broken. Capelli d'Angelo can also be used for pasta dishes served with white sauces, eggs, uncooked butter and cheese.
Available in 500g pack.s
From the beginning of the twentieth century, many forms of pasta have been inspired by mechanics and the automotive industry, such as Radiatori (radiators) or Lancette (clock hands).
Rotelle (cog wheels) are also a result of this tradition and have a round shape with spokes joined to a ridged rim.
Enjoy them served with tomato sauce with or without meat, or alternatively this pasta is perfect in broth and minestrone soups.
Try them when preparing delicious, colourful pasta salads.
Available in 500g packs.