Coquillettes are a short, typically French pasta shape. This shape was invented by the agricultural and food industries during the 19th century in France.
The small size makes it easy to eat and, above all, to cook. This top-selling pasta in France is very popular with children and quick to prepare.
Available in 500g packs
Casareccia is originally from Sicily, but is also characteristic of other southern Italian regions.
This pasta is shaped like a small, smooth piece of parchment, rolled up and folded in at the top. The name conjures up its bygone home-made origins, an interpretation of the Arab-style "pasta busiata" obtained with the thin stem of a plant around which pieces of dough were at one time wrapped.
Casareccia is very good with classic ragù, although the smooth, slightly porous surface is also ideal for capturing all types of sauces, from traditional ones to even the simplest of sauces.
Available in 500g or 3 Kg packs.