The Bow Tie Pasta
Farfalle are a type of pasta recognized for its bow tie pasta or butterfly shape The name is derived from the Italian word farfalle which means “butterflies”. In the Italian city of Modena, farfalle are known as strichetti. Farfalle pasta dates back to the 16th century in the Lombardy and Emilia-Romagna regions of Northern Italy
Tasting Notes from the Curator
Durum wheat semolina pasta in small bow tie or butterfly shapes, carefully selected from the best grains mainly from Italy and all over the world. Delverde Farfalle pasta is bronze drawn, slow dried at low temperatures enriched with pure spring water, according to the Delverde traditional recipe.
Delverde Farfalle pasta is ideally cooked in salted boiling water for approximately 10 mins. This type of pasta is best served with creamy sauces, in pasta salad, with seafood, with tomato sauce and, sometimes, with heavy meat sauces.
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Situated in the spectacular natural oasis of the Majella National Park, Delverde has been synonymous with quality natural products since 1967, when the company decided to draw on hundreds of years of Abruzzo pasta-making by starting a business. Now, more than 50 years down the line, Delverde is a company moving in sync with the times, offering a huge range of products to an international customer base.
Store dry, uncooked pasta in a cool, dry pantry for up to one year. Preserve freshness by storing dry pasta in an air-tight box or container. Store plain (no sauce or other ingredients) cooked pasta in a container or plastic sealable bag in the refrigerator for up to five days and up to three months in the freezer.