Strangozzi, originally from Umbria, take their name from the Italian word "strenghe" which means the long shoelaces for old-fashioned shoes. The special consistency of this type of pasta makes it suitable for serving with meat ragùs or rich, tomato-based sauces.
Available in 250g packs
Farfalle, originally from Lombardy and Emilia Romagna, take their name from their distinctive bow tie shape with a tight frill in the centre.
The condiments recommended for Farfalle are light sauces: sauces made from butter with peas and ham; white sauces with delicate flavours made from salmon and cream; sauces made from mild, soft cheeses with a dash of saffron or curry.
This pasta is also great for preparing delicious, colourful, imaginative pasta salads.
Available in 500g pack.