Real spaghetti, made with organic kamut khorasan wheat, the ancestor of today's Egyptian wheat. This cereal is a wheat which, on cooking this spaghetti, gives off a perfume of white flowers, slightly fruity and aromas of macadamia and pine nuts.
A typical shape for these Italian, bronze drawn pasta, they are easily recognisable by their shell shape. This pasta is perfect with a stew or good sauce. The type of wheat used in their fabrication, from the south of Italy, has notes of hazelnut.
The famous linguine, these pasta stretched in bronze moulds, which are often cooked with shellfish and crustaceans. Here, made with an organic kamut khorasan durum wheat semolina, one of the ancestors of modern wheat. These pasta have subtle, fruity notes.
Timeless, organic penne rigata are emblematic of Italian cooking, revisited here using kamut khorasan wheat semolina. This wheat is one of the ancestors of modern wheat. Once cooked, add pesto, a little grated cheese or Parmesan, to please the whole family.
Rolled like a snail shell, these pasta are drawn in bronze moulds. These ones are even more unique because they are made with kamut khorasan wheat semolina, the ancestor of modern Egyptian wheat. These pasta are ideal with sauce dishes.
Real tagliatelle made here with kamut khorasan organic durum wheat semolina, which is none other than the ancestor of today's Egyptian wheat. A good home-made sauce or pesto and parmesan, make this a dish. You will all love it.