Busiate Pasta from Italy-Pasta Conte
- Twirled pasta
- hearty & yet flavorful
Busiate is a type of pasta found in Trapani in western Sicily. This busiate pasta is popular and found throughout the town.It’s popular with both seafood and pesto style sauces. In fact, in Trapani, is served a particular version of pesto using tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil, basil, garlic and almonds known as pesto alla Trapanese
"What is the meaning of busiate pasta?
Busiate (or busiati) are a type of long macaroni, originally from the Trapani province, and typical from Calabria and Sicily in Italy. They take their name from busa, the Sicilian word for the stem of Ampelodesmos mauritanicus, a local grass, which is used in preparing them and giving them their helical shape."
Pasta Conte, an artisanal pasta is the result of the experience gained over the years by a small Calabrese company that, with so much passion, has focused on quality, managing to make itself known to consumers attentive to good nutrition.
The durum wheat blends used are carefully selected by Italian mills that deal exclusively with continuity and raw materials with high health value.
The semolina is characterized by a high protein index, low ash and a golden yellow grain color so as to guarantee the finished product a pleasant taste.
Water, without any impurities, used at a controlled temperature helps to enhance the taste of pasta.
Drying is static, at low temperatures and over a day long.
"The love for our product and the constant attention we pay to each of our production processes makes us satisfied and proud of our work."
Imported from Calabria Italy, this family pasta company has been making pasta with their family recipes
Weight: 500g (1 lb)
Busiete from Italy-Pasta Conte
- Very thin
- Artisan Made
- 1 lb / 500g
- Durum Wheat Pasta
- Product of Calabria Italy
Such a fun to eat pasta that catches all your sauce!