Gramigna is an a short, curled egg pasta typical of the Emilian tradition and very popular in the provinces of Bologna and Modena where it is found on the menus of the best trattorias. Its origins are uncertain, however, the name seems to derive from that of the local 'gramigna' plant, as the pasta shape recalls the shape of its seeds.
Gramigna di casa Cesarine is prepared only with the freshest eggs and Italian durum wheat semolina. It is prepared with bronze wire-drawing, which preserves all the minerals and vitamins inside the pasta, and gives it a distinctively rough texture ideal for holding your sauce.
Ingredients: durum wheat semolina, fresh eggs 33.2%. Contains gluten and eggs. May contain traces of soya. Country of cultivation of wheat and milling: Italy.
Nutritional values: average per 100g energy 382kj/ / 1614kcal, fat 5.1g of which saturated fatty acids 1.6g, carbohydrates 67g of which sugars 2.5g, fibre 3.9g, protein 15g, salt 0.16g.
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place, away from sources of heat and light.
Production: Produced and packaged in the factory of: Locality Torre del Parco 62032 - Camerino (MC) - Italy
We have many local ragù sauces for you to try with Gramigna, such as the traditional Bolognese ragù, or the prized Chianina beef ragù.