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  • black spaghetti 500g min
    7,87

    The black spaghetti of the Morell pasta factory, Spaghetti al Nero di Seppia, gets its beautiful intense color and its marine aroma from octopus ink. According to a traditional Sicilian recipe, pasta is served with seafood. Cooking time 8 minutes.

  • Fregula pastificio Morelli
    6,20

    Fregula Sarda Tostata is a Sardinian specialty that is sometimes called Sardinian couscous. The small pearl-shaped pasta is finally toasted from the oven, making their color beautifully toasted. Fregega's unique production method gives the pasta even a slight hazelnut aroma. Traditionally, fregula pasta is served with a tomato-basil-based mussel sauce. Cooking time 12 minutes.

  • butterfly paste 500g
    7,50

    Papillons butterfly paste is a colorful pasta mix made from durum flour. “Butterflies” of different colors get their shades from spinach, beets, turmeric, peperoncino chili and octopus ink. Morell’s traditional pasta factory in Tuscany makes its pasta from durum wheat flour, which uses healthy wheat germ. Cooking time 8 minutes.

  • penne germe grano pastificio Morelli
    6,20

    One of the most popular types of pasta is the multi-purpose penne, which is especially suitable for use with sauces that do not stick to the pasta. Morell's artesan-penne pasta is made from Tuscan durum wheat and is made using the so-called “Bronze-drawn” method, in which the pasta is pressed into its shape faster than normal. In the method, the paste has a special, slightly rougher structure than usual and is dried at a low temperature.

  • spaghetti 1kg
    5,95

    Perhaps Italy’s best-known pasta, spaghetti, tastes good to everyone from baby to granddaughter. Morell’s traditional pasta factory in Tuscany makes its authentic Italian spaghetti from durum wheat flour, which uses wheat germ. This preserves more vitamins and aromas in the pasta. Cooking time 8 minutes.

  • ziti pasta 500g min
    6,50

    Ziti is a typical type of pasta from the Naples area. It is made from Italian durum wheat using traditional artisanal methods. Ziti pasta is made using the so-called “Bronze-drawn” method, in which the pasta is pressed into its shape faster than normal. In the method, the paste has a special, slightly rougher structure than usual and is dried at a low temperature. Due to the roughness, however, the pasta absorbs more of the sauce’s flavors. Ziti pasta is especially suitable for rich oven pastes. It can also be served with a rich sauce cooked as it is. The tubes of Ziti paste are usually cut into smaller pieces before cooking.