Calamarata Fattoria Sila Artisanal Pasta 500 gFattoria Sila
Calamarata Fattoria Sila, dry artisanal pasta
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Calamarata Fattoria Sila, dry artisanal pasta of durum wheat semolina with very slow drying, drawn by bronze machinery.
Calamarata is a tube-shaped pasta: among Italy's many formats of pasta, Calamarata is one of the most popular pasta shapes in the south regions. It is a type of pasta whose smooth surface and shape of a tube or ring are reminiscent of squid rings. The term "calamaretti" can indicate the same format or a smaller version of calamarata. Another similar format is "mezzi paccheri".
It is traditionally eaten with a seafood condiment: the name "calamarata" is also given to the traditional pasta dish prepared with that format of pasta, calamari squid and tomato.
This pasta is artisanal, very slow dried and bronze cut. Bronze cutting confers a greater roughness onto the surface of the pasta, helping to retain sauces and seasonings. Slow drying is in contrast with techniques adopted in industrial pasta production today, according to which pasta is usually dried at high temperatures in a short time, altering its composition and taste. The slow drying process, in contrast, preserves the pasta's original properties and composition.
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Ingredients: durum wheat semolina, water.
This producer is not just about ‘nduja, the queen sauce of Calabrian cuisine made from fiery chilli pepper and a soft, spreadable salami. They also produce several other sauces and preserves that make good use of Calabrian chili, considered the finest in the world… alongside pestos, jams, mushroom antipasti, and jars of stuffed vegetables. This is without having mentioned their “olive schiacciate” – olives crushed with the pit still inside, left to marinate for several days, lightly seasoned, and preserved in oil.
This is Fattoria Sila, a company operating in a small town called Casali del Manco. They have been making sauces and preserves since 1998, making the most of the typical products of the Calabrian territory. Between the careful attention they pay to quality product processing, and the range featuring more traditional flavours and bold combinations alike, there is something for everyone on this page.