Gramigna, which originated in Emilia Romagna, is a type of pasta similar to a short bucatino which has been slightly twisted. Its shape resembles the tiny seed of one of the most common grasses.
Gramigna is traditionally accompanied by sausage based sauces or Bolognese ragù. In general, all meat and tomato based sauces go well with this type of pasta.
Available in 500g pack.s
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.