Mafaldine- Gragnano Pasta PGI 500gr
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But this enforced abstinence has made me appreciate other foods and I’ve become even fonder of mushrooms.
This pasta also won a 2 star Great Taste Award - which means you won't be disappointed by the quality! Mafalda had constantly annoyed Hitler by speaking out on behalf of the Jews especially when he wanted Mussolini to crack down on them.
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The Mafaldine has also been slow dried in a traditional way to replicate how pasta was dried under the Italian sun in the pasta. Information and statements about products are not intended to be used to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition. As if living without roast pork isn’t bad enough, I’ve undergone the nerve-racking ( stressante) absence of cheese. Manufactured on equipment shared with tree nuts, peanut, sesame, wheat, soy, egg, milk, fish, and shellfish.
Rummo's Mafaldine, so named in honor of Mafalda di Savoia, are made with 100% Italian wheat and bronze drawn for a unique texture, and are enhanced by a curl at the ends that remains well defined even after cooking. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Some say pasta is just pasta but this ribbon pasta is exceptional and is a favourite of our entire family, if you haven’t tried it you really should.
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Perhaps her lacy dresses inspired the frilly pasta, in any case it’s a happy little pasta and very easy to fork up. The pasta was named for Princess Mafalda, the infant daughter of Vittorio Emanuele III, King of Italy.