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Tonnarelli with Spicy Pepper
Tonnarelli al Peperoncino

This durum wheat semolina pasta—a slightly thinner spaghetti—is made with hot and sweet red pepper purées. It has a mild, lingering heat and will cook to pale orange with a perfectly al dente texture.

This pasta, with its very mild but pervasive heat, is ideal with shellfish—or any seafood. In a simpler twist, toss with garlic, olive oil, peppers and a splash of Colatura di Alici. Ramp up the heat by serving with a spicy sausage ragu` or Arrabbiata Sauce

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This durum wheat semolina pasta—a slightly thinner spaghetti—is made with hot and sweet red pepper purées. It has a mild, lingering heat and will cook to pale orange with a perfectly al dente texture.

This pasta, with its very mild but pervasive heat, is ideal with shellfish—or any seafood. In a simpler twist, toss with garlic, olive oil, peppers and a splash of Colatura di Alici. Ramp up the heat by serving with a spicy sausage ragu` or Arrabbiata Sauce

Product Details

Product CodeUnit SizeUnit / CaseCase WeightUPC CodeNotes
11602 500 gr/1.1 lb 12 6 kg/14 lb 7-93232-11602-0

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Product Details

Product CodeUnit SizeUnit / CaseCase WeightUPC CodeNotes
11602 500 gr/1.1 lb 12 6 kg/14 lb 7-93232-11602-0

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