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Fusillone Artisan Mountain Pasta 500g


A delicious, flavoursome pasta and the latest addition by Regina dei Sibillini, this Fusillone will quickly become a new favourite.
With wheat locally grown in the Sibillini National Park, in the Marche region of Italy, this pasta becomes the unexpected ingredient elevating your cooking to the next level.

It cooks brilliantly, like all the other Regina dei Sibillini pasta, the consistency is porous and the sauces do not slip, but hold onto the pasta and enrich it even more.

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DetailsEverything you need to know about this product.

Length: 40mm
Diameter: 20mm
Cooking time: 12-14 min.

Boil abundant water, add salt, then throw in the Fusillone and cook for at least 12 minutes (al dente). Try it, and depending on your taste, if you like it slightly softer on the inside, leave it for a couple of more minutes.

Drain, throw in the pan with the sauce, toss at high heat. Add a good amount cheese, extra virgin olive oil if needed, and enjoy!

IngredientsSee a complete list of ingredients.

Durum WHEAT semolina, water (allergens in CAPS). Made using wheat grown and processed in the region of Marche, Italy.

Producer Learn more about who made this product.

Regina dei Sibillini is a company born in Montefortino in the Marche region that produces pasta using only durum wheat from its own land in the National Park of the Sibillini Mountains. A rare choice, that of durum wheat in a mountain environment (600 to 900 above sea level), which together with direct cultivation and artisanal processing methods, allowed Regina dei Sibillini to create a unique and high quality product.

The mountains, the water, the air, and the determination of doing things with care are all elements you can taste in this incredible pasta.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Michaela M.
5 stars for pasta

The quality of fusillone pasta is so good. The taste is definitely worth 5 stars.

stephen b.

This pasta design is brilliant, the sauce just seems to hug this pasta as if it was a long lost friend.