Sagnette Abruzzesi are a typical pasta cut from Abruzzo, Italy. In particular, it seems to have originated in the hinterland of the province of Chieti.
Sagnette Abruzzesi Bio Integrale have a flat rectangular section and 3 pieces of different sizes.
Traditionally this format is accompanied by sauces based on fish, sauces with hen and duck, widely used in the gastronomy of the Abruzzo countryside or lamb-based, typically in mountain areas.
Sagnette Abruzzesi Bio Integrale are also indicated for the preparation of legume soups or with meat sauce and tomato sauce.
Available in 500 g packs.
Rigatoni, which is a typical type of traditional pasta from Rome, have the characteristic ridged external surface and a large diameter and thickness.
The shape is particularly versatile and is perfect with a variety of tomato or vegetable sauces, but the best condiments are sauces made from meat: slow-cooked sauces with meat and mushrooms, made from beef and pork, sausage or giblets. The recipe with pajata (calf intestines) is a classic dish.
Any type of sauce that is sufficiently liquid to get inside the pasta and be trapped by the ridges is recommended.
Available in 500g pack.s