Maurizio - Spaghetti Alla Chitarra / 17.6 oz
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Originating in Abruzzo, spaghetti alla chitarra is derived from the Italian word for guitar, the “chitarra” is the tool used to make the pasta using strings resembling those of a guitar. Due to its square shape, Spaghetti alla Chitarra is best when paired with thicker sauces, such as a classic Bolognese.
Maurizio Artisan Pasta is produced in the Gragnano region of Southern Italy, combining the finest Italian semolina with traditional methods of pasta production. Extruded through bronze dies, the pasta has a rough texture that grips sauce.
- 17.6 oz. (500 grams) bag
- Dried artisanal pasta.
- Spaghetti Alla Chitarra is a thicker long cut suitable for substantial sauces.
- Made with the finest Italian semolina, slow dried at low temperatures.
- Imported from Italy.
Maurizio Artisan Pasta is produced in the Gragnano region of Southern Italy, combining the finest Italian semolina with traditional methods of pasta production. The dough is kneaded slowly to ensure the precise consistency, and then extruded through bronze dies that give the pasta a rough texture that grips sauce. Once the pasta is shaped, it is dried over time at a low temperature, allowing it to harden properly and maintain its form.
|In-Store Pickup Only||No|
|Manufacturer||Maurizio Il Pastaio di Gragnano|
|Product Feature 1||17.6 oz. (500 grams) bag|
|Product Feature 2||Dried artisanal pasta.|
|Product Feature 3||Spaghetti Alla Chitarra is a thicker long cut suitable for substantial sauces.|
|Product Feature 4||Made with the finest Italian semolina, slow dried at low temperatures.|
|Product Feature 5||Imported from Italy.|
|Country of Origin||Italy|
|Number of Items (e.g. "2" for a 2-pack, "6" for a 6-piece set, "12" for a 12-count box,etc)||1|
|Package Quantity (must be a number)||1|