Molini Del Ponte PASTA - Sicilian Durum Wheat Pasta Flour 1kg


Molini Del Ponte’s Sicilian durum wheat flour for pasta is finely milled to create an elastic pasta dough. Durum wheat is a type of ‘hard’ wheat which means it is coarser than other varieties, and often has a slightly creamy colour. Durum wheat flour is the most popular choice for making pasta as it creates the desired stretch for rolling out and shaping dough.

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Molini Del Ponte is a Sicilian milling company who takes the utmost pride in their range of heritage grains and traditional grinding techniques. The millers carefully select the best whole grains, all grown in Sicily, then gently grind the flour using a milling stone which dates back to the late 1800s. Gentle, slow grinding allows the grains to retain much of their original flavour and characteristics. 

This ancient stone milling technique is combined with cutting-edge filtering systems, to ensure only the highest quality flour leaves the mill.

When not grinding, the team at Molini Del Ponte invests in research into rediscovering ancient grains. Once they identify and cultivate ancient varieties of grain, the millers produce unique new flours which are enriched by the specific aromas and biodiversity of the Sicilian terroir. 

The brand has been milling for four generations, and is truly dedicated to producing artisan, unique products for chefs and cooks.

Ingredients: Durum wheat 

Allergy Advice: For allergens see ingredients listed in bold. 


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