Delverde Lingue Bronzo No.12
Imagine linguini pasta but thicker. Lingue Bronzo No. 12 by Delverde offers a thicker variety but is very similar to linguini pasta usage. It is long, slightly oval-shaped.Literally translated it means Sparrow’s Tongues (Italian pasta makers often use light-hearted names for their pasta shapes!).
Tasting Notes from the Curator
Imagine linguini pasta but thicker. Lingue Bronzo No. 12 by Delverde offers a thicker variety but is very similar to linguini pasta usage. It is carefully selected from the best grains mainly from Italy and all over the world. Delverde Lingue pasta is bronze drawn, slow dried at low temperatures enriched with pure spring water, according to the Delverde traditional recipe.
Delverde Lingue pasta is ideally cooked in salted boiling water for approximately 11 mins. You may use this pasta the same way linguini is used. Traditionally it is served with seafood or pesto.
Century-Old Regional Tradition
Delverde originates in the picturesque village of Fara San Martino in the Abruzzo Region of Italy. It is here where centuries-old regional pasta making traditions and natural local ingredients are combined forming the ideal place to make the best pasta. What makes Delverde taste so good? Delverde pasta is still produced the traditional way with the best quality, local ingredients including the finest durum wheat semolina and natural spring water from the Verde River. Following centuries-old pasta making traditions, they use bronze dies for the ideal texture and slowly dry the pasta at low temperatures to maintain all of the wheat’s nutritional value and genuine taste. Delverde’s unmatched care ensures every box of Delverde contains all of the legendary goodness of Italian pasta - a rich, fragrant taste and al dente texture.
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.