Pastificio Del Colle’s colourful ‘bronze die’ trottole are tightly twisted pasta shapes that pick up sauce between each spiral. The bright colours are made using natural dyes from spinach, paprika, beetroot and turmeric, creating a rainbow of pasta in your bowl. The pasta is shaped using a bronze extruder (or die), which gives it a slightly rough texture – even better for collecting the flavours in your accompanying sauce.
Pastificio Del Colle is based in sunny Puglia, and has been making pasta for 100 years. In recent years, Pastificio Del Colle has become known for its beautiful coloured pasta shapes, which are all made using natural dyes. The company uses traditional artisan methods – shaping their pasta with bronze dies, selecting the best durum wheat semolina, and allowing the pasta to dry slowly. The company was started by Vito Nettis in 1920, and is now run by his nephew who is also called Vito Nettis!
Ingredients: Durum wheat semolina, water, spinach (3%), paprika (2%), beetroot (2%), turmeric (1%)
Allergy Advice: For allergens see ingredients listed in bold. May contain traces of mollusc.
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