Try Our Recipe:
Follow heating instructions to ensure product reaches temperature of 160°F.
Heat 6 quarts of water to a gentle boil. Add pinch of salt.
Add pasta; do not separate uncooked pasta if it sticks together. It will naturally separate while cooking. Cook 3 minutes, and drain.
Enjoy the wonderful flavors of my fillings, as we do in Italy: Toss in melted butter or extra virgin olive oil and top with freshly grated cheese.
*If frozen, do not thaw; cook additional 1 minute.
Thin, flat ribbons with an al dente bite. It cooks quickly, and doesn’t stick together
"Look at my pasta. The texture is a little bit rough, as though it were hand rolled. The special texture means the pasta cooks quickly, holds the sauce well, and doesn’t stick together."
- Giovanni Rana
Tagliatelle: Toss pasta in melted butter, extra virgin olive oil or favorite sauce. Sprinkle with grated Parmigiano Reggiano cheese and serve.