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This shape is slightly twisted with ridges that hold sauce very well.
Similar to rigatoni and mille righe pasta, tortiglioni stand out for the curvature of their ridges that put them into the family of fusilli (along with eliche, riccioli and other gemelli).
Tortiglioni are a traditional gastronomic speciality of southern Italy, although this shape has now become indispensable in the pasta industry and one of the best sold in Italy.
Organic whole durum wheat semolina, water.
Contains gluten. May contain traces of egg, soy and mustard.
|AVERAGE NUTRITIONAL VALUES PER 100 g|
|energy||1456 kJ / 348 kcal|
SINCE OUR PASTA IS ARTISAN...
We recommend storing it at temperatures below 18°C and with a relative humidity of 65%, or directly in the refrigerator to discourage the proliferation of insects.
The cooking time may vary slightly depending on the quantity and quality of the protein contained in the wheat after the pasta making. Indeed, the wheat's growth is influenced by atmospheric conditions and the type of soil. This is why the semolina obtained is always different and can affect the pasta-making process and therefore the characteristics of the pasta: cooking, the toughness of the gluten, the amount of starch released into the pot, etc.
The irregularities in size, cut and colour are typical of traditional artisan pasta.
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