Calamarata Pasta 500g Italian Pasta Pastificio Andreola
Calamarata Pasta 500g
Italian Pasta Pastificio Andreola
Typical of Neapolitan cuisine, Calamarata pasta meets the taste of all pasta lovers. Thanks to the artisanal methods, bronze drawing and slow drying at low temperature, Calamarata Andreola has an exceptional cooking resistance and best enhances traditional recipes.
The art of Italian Dried pasta
Michel carefully researches the best ingredients, treated with care and without haste, respecting their needs and characteristics and following the times of nature.
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Our products are made only with durum wheat from the Tavoliere delle Puglie controlled and guaranteed Italian supply chain.
Michele believes in what he does and is very proud of his work as a pasta craftsman. The origin of his grain is very important to him. He does not use imported cereals and believes that Italian wheat is the only one that has suitable characteristics to produce excellent pasta.
The large diameter of Calamarata pasta makes it ideal for holding sauces on the whole surface, not only inside but also outside!
Try Calamarata pasta with coarse meat sauces or vegetable sauces, refined milk sauces, such as a mushroom cream sauce, tomato sauces or spicy sauces. Calamarata Pasta is also delicious with dishes cooked in the oven in a casserole, simply perfect for "baked pasta"
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Michele Andreola, owner of the pasta factory
The Andreola pasta factory has been a success story for over 15 years.
The passion for pasta has been handed down from generation to generation, with love and attention to detail.
Michele learned the secrets of this art from his mother and started his pasta production activity according to the rules of tradition in 2004.
We deliver your artisanal gourmet products to all 28 EU countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and UK.
|Average Drying Temperature (°C)||40|
|Average drying time (Hours)||72|
|Origin of raw materials||Sourced from third parties|
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