Rustichella d'Abruzzo - Organic Saragolla Pasta, 1.1lb Multiple Choices

Rustichella d'Abruzzo - Organic Saragolla Pasta - Rigatoncini, 1.1lb
Rustichella d'Abruzzo - Organic Saragolla Pasta - Spaghetti, 1.1lb
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Rustichella d'Abruzzo - Organic Saragolla Pasta, 1.1lb Multiple Choices

Brand - Rustichella d'Abruzzo
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Quick Description

Rustichella d'Abruzzo’s Organic Saragolla Pastas are made from heirloom Abruzzo-grown Saragolla wheat and have a rough, complex, & moreish texture.

Key Information

  • A great source of fiber
  • Rough and intriguing texture
  • Semi whole-wheat grain
  • Organic

Product Overview

Rustichella d'Abruzzo’s Organic Saragolla Pasta is made from Saragolla wheat. Saragolla is an unhybridized grain, enjoying long popularity in Abruzzo, Italy, and beyond. It is considered an heirloom grain. The pasta it produces is prized for its yellow-brown color and sophisticated flavor; nutty but subdued and pairs well with simple, rich sauces.

Rustichella d'Abruzzo - Organic Saragolla Rigatoncini

Rustichella d'Abruzzo’s Organic Saragolla Rigatoncini has a subtle, nutty flavor that comes into its own paired with a simple tomato sauce, sardines, and an olive-oil dressing. Made from Saragolla semolato (semi whole-wheat grain) which gives its own unique texture that works well with vegetable-based sauces or caramelized onions or mushrooms.

Rustichella d'Abruzzo - Organic Saragolla Spaghetti

Rustichella d'Abruzzo’s Organic Saragolla Spaghetti carries the ancient and venerable flavor of Saragolla wheat pasta to the most renowned of all pasta varieties: spaghetti. The rough and satisfying texture of Saragolla spaghetti works wonders with rich sauces, caramelized onions, and light olive-oil dressings.


Saragolla Durum Wheat, Water.

Allergens: Wheat.

Frequently Asked Questions

What makes Saragolla wheat so special?

Saragolla wheat is an ancient grain, recognized as an heirloom and grown as it is now since at least 400CE. It has not been modified by selective breeding or by any modern gene manipulation techniques. It has, since the dark ages, been considered among the finest wheat for bread and pasta production and was much sought-after in Naples for most of its long history. It has a high fiber and protein content, as well as an abundance of other nutrients, and it remains among the most coveted grain varieties even today.

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