Ziti Adoro500 g / 17.64 oz
IMPORTED FROM ITALY
In ancient times ziti were called zite. Do you know why? They were prepared for the wedding lunches of the women who left the role of "spinsters". Even if this tradition is no longer handed down, we always like to remember our origins.
Traditionally the ziti were broken and then cooked and dressed with strong and strong sauces, one of all? The Genoese.
Durum wheat semolina, water. Contains gluten, it might contain trace of egg.
Storage and cooking instructions
Keep in a cool and dry place
Cooking time: 8 minutes