Farfalle dated back to the 1500s, claiming its roots in Lombardia and Emilia-Romagma, a region in northern Italy. Farfalle, meaning “butterfly” in Italian, is shaped like bows or butterflies’ wings depending on the person. Farfalle is perfect with ingredients that are rich in flavors. Try mixing it in light sauce with various herbs and fish, creamy sauce, or simply serve farfalle in pasta salads, your options are endless!
Ingredients: 100% wheat flour. May contain egg.
Track Quality Index: See on package.
Best before 36 months from packaging. Date of manufacture and packaging printed on package.
Handling Instructions: Keep at cool dry place.
Net Volume: 500g
Regulation No.: 313/2017/ATTP-XNCB
Manufactured by: TESA S.R.L.
Address: Via A.Campi, 10, 06034 Foligno (PG) – Italy
Bring a large pot of lightly salted water to a boil, then add farfalle and cook for 13-15 minutes. Take out the farfalle to rinse under cold water. Finally, drain your farfalle with a colander.