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Strozzapreti

Strozzapreti

A unique cut of pasta popular in the Tuscany region of Italy, strozzapreti has a colorful history. The word means “priest choker,” which may refer to the collar typically worn by members of the clergy—although there are darker versions of the story as well. Whatever its origins, this cut is especially good for catching sauces and grated cheese. Try it with a hearty sausage ragù or roasted tomato sauce.

Originally built in 1388, the idyllic Monastery of Montebello has long served as an emblem of agriculture in northern Italy. This is a region prized for its produce, a place where organic crops like hearty durum wheat and vine-ripened tomatoes are transformed by skilled artisans into impeccable air-dried pastas, robust sauces and more. Imported for you to enjoy, these delicious products deliver Italian excellence to any dish.

A unique cut of pasta popular in the Tuscany region of Italy, strozzapreti has a colorful history. The word means “priest choker,” which may refer to the collar typically worn by members of the clergy—although there are darker versions of the story as well. Whatever its origins, this cut is especially good for catching sauces and grated cheese. Try it with a hearty sausage ragù or roasted tomato sauce.

Originally built in 1388, the idyllic Monastery of Montebello has long served as an emblem of agriculture in northern Italy. This is a region prized for its produce, a place where organic crops like hearty durum wheat and vine-ripened tomatoes are transformed by skilled artisans into impeccable air-dried pastas, robust sauces and more. Imported for you to enjoy, these delicious products deliver Italian excellence to any dish.

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Weight
16 oz
Ingredients
Organic Durum Wheat Semolina
Allergens
SOY
WHEAT

Gluten