Rustichella Pasta -- Maccheroni al Torchio, Riccia, or Fusilli con Bucco

Rustichella Pasta -- Maccheroni al Torchio, Riccia, or Fusilli con Bucco

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Maccheroni al Torchio --Torchio, meaning "press" in Italian, is shaped as a grill or hydraulic press. The torch-like shape, also known as campane ("bells"). Serve with meat or vegetable ragu so that the sauce will be cupped in the shape. Perfect for Puttanesca sauce or peas and sausage.

Riccia means "curly" in Italian, is a flat pasta shape similar to a lasagna ribbon, but thinner and with curly edges.  Serve with hearty meat ragu or tuna sauce.

Fusilli con Bucco was made originally by wrapping a bucatini around a knitting needle by Neapolitan housewives. These noodles are twice as long as regular bucatini. Delicious with a simple tomato sauce or any olive oil-based sauce.

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17.6 oz