Sicilian Anellini, durum wheat semolina Italian pasta - 17.6oz

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Sicilian anellini pasta is a traditional Italian pasta that is most commonly found in Sicily, but can also be found in other Italian regions. It is a small, ring-shaped pasta that is usually served with a rich, flavorful sauce.

The origin of anellini pasta can be traced back to the 16th century in Sicily. It was first created by the famous pasta maker and entrepreneur, Giovanni Battista Capurro, who lived in Palermo. He created the pasta by rolling flat sheets of pasta dough into circular shapes, then cutting them into ring shapes.

Anellini pasta is a type of pasta that is made with durum wheat semolina. It has a unique shape, with a hole in the middle of the ring that gives it its distinct look. When cooked, this pasta has a light, delicate texture and a slightly chewy bite.

Anellini pasta is traditionally served with a variety of sauces and ingredients. It is often served with a sauce made from tomatoes, garlic, olive oil, and herbs. It can also be served with a variety of vegetables, meats, and seafood. It is also a popular choice for pasta salads and soups. Anellini pasta is a great choice!

Ingredients: durum wheat semolina.

Cooking time: 12 minutes.

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Main ingredientsPasta
ScopeFirst course
Cooking time12 minutes
Type of recipeClassic Italian