Scialatielli with Cuttlefish Ink I FERDINANDO II


PASTA Scialatielli with Cuttlefish Ink  500gr

Pasta as an element of innovation combined with traditional recipes The origin of the fame of Gragnano as the homeland of pasta dates back to 12 July 1845, the day on which, Ferdinand II of Bourbon, king of the Kingdom of Naples, granted the Gragnano manufacturers, during a lunch, the high privilege of providing the court of all long pastas. In reality, the production of pasta has a very long tradition dating back to Roman times.

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Scialatielli with Cuttlefish Ink Net Weight: 500gr

The scialatielli are a type of pasta used in the tradition of the Campania region. The name of the scialatielli presumably derives from two words of the Neapolitan dialect “scialare” (enjoy) and “tiella” (pan). This type of pasta is typical of the Amalfi Coast, where it was created by the chef Enrico Cosentino in 1978, when, by presenting the scialatielli to a culinary competition, he obtained the entremetier prize of the year thanks to them. They are shorter strips than spaghetti, wider and with a rather irregular rectangular section. They are traditionally made by hand, flour, water and / or milk, grated cheese, chopped fresh basil, salt and eggs but are also sold as an industrial production format. They are recognized as an agri-food product of the Campania region.

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Weight 0.650 kg


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