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Tortiglioni Pasta èViva - Agricola Piano - 500gr

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€3.05

Ingredients: Remilled durum wheat semolina with 100% Italian (Pugliese) live wheat germ, water.

Cooking time: 8/10 minutes

Tortiglioni are made with our re-milled durum wheat semolina with live wheat germ, drawn in bronze and with a long and delicate drying (at a low temperature) to consider the flavor, aroma and taste of the Apulian wheat. it is a pasta with an unmistakable flavor, which keeps cooking and which binds perfectly to any seasoning. Try them drained "al dente"* and seasoned with a beef sauce.

*Al dente means that you didn't over cook pasta until soft, so the consistant is not really soft. In Italy we want pasta "al dente".

RECIPE

Difficulty: low

Preparation: 3 h 20 min

Cooking: 8/10 min

Doses: for 6 people

Ingredients:

500 gr of tortiglioni;

500 gr of beef pulp;

Onion to taste;

Carrot to taste;

Juniper berries;

2 cans of tomato pulp;

Red wine to taste;

Peranzana mono varietal extra virgin olive oil;

Sale to taste;

Pepper as needed.

Preparation:

For the recipe for tortiglioni with sauce, brown the beef in a tall, narrow pan with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil from Peranzana mono varietal, the onion and carrot cut into pieces; when it is well colored, wet with two glasses of red wine which you will reduce to about half, keeping the pan on high heat; at this point add the tomato pulp, salt, pepper, some juniper berries, cover the pot, then reduce the heat to a minimum and let the meat stew for about 3 hours.

Finally pass the sauce and season the pasta cooked "al dente"* in boiling salted water. If you like, bring it to the table with grated cheese, aside.

More Information
Weight 0.9000
Average Drying Temperature (°C) 50
Average drying time (Hours) 72
Origin of raw materials Self-produced
Length 25.0000
Width 16.0000
Height 32.0000
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