Pappardelle is a traditional very wide strip-like pasta from Tuscany that goes great with a variety of sauces. Morell’s traditional pasta factory in Tuscany makes its pappardelle pasta from durum wheat flour, which uses wheat germ. Cooking time 5-6 minutes
Antico Pastificio Morelli is a pasta maker that respects the doctrines of traditional pasta making, founded as early as 1860. Its pappardelle pasta is one of its classic pastas that is particularly well-suited to be served with a variety of sauces. The Morell factory is known for its first-class pastas, which utilize wheat germ.
Wheat germ is the part of the grain that retains the best vitamins and plant proteins in wheat. Unlike many other manufacturers, Morell's method of grinding flour preserves wheat germ, which also creates its unique taste. In the preparation, the pasta dough is slowly pressed into shape and dried for 36 hours at low temperature (45 or 50 degrees). This best preserves the flavors and nutritional values of the pasta.
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